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Abstract

Alochol Addiction and its Treatment

Alcohol is a legal controlled substance that slows down the body’s vital functions when consumed in excess. Its many forms include beer, wine and liquor. Some of the physical effects of heavy alcohol consumption are slurred speech, loss of coordination and slowed reaction time. Psychological effects include inhibiting judgment and lowering a person’s ability to think rationally. Regularly, drinking liquor in control does not mean a issue. However, consuming more than four alcoholic beverages per day for men – or more than three per day for women – can indicate an alcohol use disorder (AUD).

An activity performed once as an try in a social circumstance can before long create into a propensity. An test utilize of liquor at a college party can be utilized as an illustration. Substances such as liquor and nicotine can influence the way one feels. A few individuals appreciate the physical and mental stimulations these substances make. In most cases, it is exceedingly likely for the person to induce fixated with such sentiments. This condition eventually leads the individual to create an enslavement to that specific substance. A few individuals get dependent to indeed more than one substance. Be that as it may, such a way of life regularly leads to a arrangement of mental, physical and social impedances.


Author(s):

Prasanna Krishna Kattekola



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