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The Dangers of Alcohol Addiction

In terms of drinking alcoholic beverages, the experience is quite common. The effects of alcohol is even quite common. In a normal condition, after drinking a handful, the person may become dizzy and feels like vomiting. The term “tipsy” is given to this kind of condition. Alcoholic drinks has ingredients that go to a part of the brain and change its role, thus, imbalance occurs, aggressive and risky behaviors, and irrational thinking. However, there are ways on how one can recover from the state of being tipsy. An ample amount of asleep and a cup of hot coffee is all a tipsy person needs to overcome the “tipsiness”

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It is quite a different case when we look alcohol drinking in terms of alcohol addiction. People who are tangled into alcohol addiction could not stop drinking despite the negative consequences. The state of alcohol is really very dangerous because drinking alcoholic drinks becomes a habit for a person. He or she cannot go on a day without drinking alcohol. This is quite a dilemma because the drinking habit may produce undesirable and negative effects. The primary effect of alcohol addiction is to persuade the sufferer to drink at times and in amounts that are health damaging. The secondary damage is caused by the failure to control one’s drinking manifests in different ways. Alcohol addiction also has significant social costs to both the alcoholic and their family and friends. There is a high probability of psychiatric orders to result from alcohol addiction because of its adverse effects on one’s mental health.

Alcohol addiction is one cause why there are abused women and children. There is an easy air of violence once alcohol is taken in. Most often, it is the wives and the children that are inflicted with the violent behaviors. These kind of trauma inflicted on women and children will be forever be carved in their memories that is why the reason of being not sober does not even matter.

Alcohol addiction could be inherited. There is a high risk of alcohol addiction when a person has family members who are also suffering from alcohol addiction. Studies have been made in trying to identify which gene is responsible for alcohol addiction. Moreover, social factors such as, the kind of friends you are constantly with, the parental model, and the amount of stress could be factors that contribute to alcohol addiction.

Family has long been considered a basic unit of every society. This is the avenue where one first learns to talk, to think, to feel, and to response. When a father has a drinking problem, he could be a causative factor to his son’s drinking problem in the future. The child sees the father as a model. He is the primary role model for behaviors at home. Thus, the child may discover that it is fine to be drinking all the time. This is disturbing because as the child grows, no one could be there to show him or her as to what is really right and wrong. The mother is not always aware of the transference that is occurring to her child.

Moreover, alcohol addiction is a disease that nobody seems to accept. An alcoholic may have a hard time accepting that he or she has a drinking problem. There is no difference despite one saying he or she is a functional alcohol addict. They are just in denial. Yes, they function well when they are sober, but as soon as they get their hands on a bottle of beer, they become the alcohol addicted dad or the alcoholic and violent son. Though the happening of alcohol addiction is widespread among men, women are never exempted. Women is also at risk of alcohol addiction. They are never safe from this kind of problem.

Alcohol addiction might run in the family so one must be careful before taking a sip.

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