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Alcohol Dependence

Alcohol Dependence

How do I know if I have Alcohol Dependence?

Alcohol dependence, also known as alcoholism, is a chronic and severe disorder marked by an inability to control one's drinking, a strong preoccupation with alcohol, and continued use despite adverse consequences, often resulting in physical and psychological dependence on the substance.

Alcohol dependence, commonly known as alcoholism, is a serious and complex disorder that results from chronic and excessive alcohol consumption. Individuals with this condition often struggle to control their drinking and may experience withdrawal symptoms when not consuming alcohol. Alcohol dependence is characterized by a preoccupation with drinking, a growing tolerance to alcohol, and continued use despite adverse effects on physical health, relationships, and work or school performance. It can lead to severe physical and mental health issues, including liver damage, cognitive impairment, and mood disorders. Treatment for alcohol dependence typically includes detoxification, behavioral therapy, support groups, and medications to help individuals overcome their dependence, improve their health, and achieve and maintain sobriety.


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