3 edition of Recognizing alcoholism and its effects found in the catalog.
Recognizing alcoholism and its effects
St. Clair, Harvey R.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 93-96) and index.
|Statement||Harvey R. St. Clair.|
|LC Classifications||RC565 .S7 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||91007037|
Relapse is common, and it doesn’t discriminate. Between 40 to 60 percent of people who've been treated for addiction or alcoholism relapse within . needing more alcohol to feel its effect; The following are recognized treatment options for alcoholism: and self-help books can be purchased online.
Risky drinking may be a sign of a medical condition called alcohol use disorder. It's a chronic disease that affects your brain. An estimated 16 million people -- adults and adolescents -- in the Author: Rachel Reiff Ellis. Theory. Alcoholism is a chronic problem. However, if managed properly, damage to the brain can be stopped and to some extent reversed. In addition to problem drinking, the disease is characterized by symptoms including an impaired control over alcohol, compulsive thoughts about alcohol, and distorted thinking. Alcoholism can also lead indirectly, through excess consumption, to physical Specialty: Psychiatry.
The first obstacle is to recognize and admit you have a problem, or listen to loved ones who are often better able to see the negative effects drug use is having on your life. Signs and symptoms of drug abuse and addiction. Although different drugs have different physical effects, the symptoms of addiction . Online Social Network Addiction. Addiction to online social networking, as well as Internet addiction in general, are recent and insufficiently investigated phenomena, frequently discussed and sometimes disputed in the psychiatric literature. 30–35 The addictive nature of SNS is supported primarily by the mental preoccupation of many chronic SNS users who as a result tend to neglect Cited by:
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Clair, Harvey R. According to the book, even drinks per week can have measurable beneficial effects, especially for the heart. The recommendations will have to be scrutinized based on individual tolerance, tastes, and possibly family history.
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[Harvey R St Clair]. Alcoholism and its Effects on Children Alcoholism and its effects damage not only the drinker, but also family members and in particular, children. Family members are usually the first to detect the drinking problem and try to find ways to solve it, but sadly, help for them is less forthcoming.
Yet, there is help in the shape of Al-anon. Although the medical effects of alcoholism have long been known, the study of how alcohol acts on the brain to produce intoxication, dependence, and tolerance is still new.
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While overcoming addiction is possible, the process is often long, slow, and complicated. Coverage includes the origins of alcohol and the discovery of alcoholism as a medical disease; the biology of alcoholism and its effects on the body; and current diagnostic and treatment methods for alcoholism.
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The effects of alcoholism, chronic alcohol consumption at any level can take a toll on your physical and mental health.
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