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Withdrawal from Alcohol Addiction

Independent attempts at stopping alcohol consumption all of a sudden may lead to severe withdrawal symptoms which can be extremely dangerous and difficult to overcome. Recovery from alcohol addiction should be done with the supervision and aid of a medical professional.

Withdrawal symptoms that an addict may face at the time of recovery include:

Detoxification for alcohol is in fact much more difficult to do as compared to drugs. Sudden termination of alcohol consumption may even lead to a condition called delirium tremens. If not addressed in a proper manner, severe alcohol addiction withdrawal symptoms may even lead toward the death of an addict.

Alcoholism, alcohol addiction and alcohol dependence are only one type of an alcohol problem. Alcohol abuse can be just as harmful. A person can abuse alcohol without actually being an alcoholic--that is, he or she may drink too much and too often but still not be dependent on alcohol. Some of the problems linked to alcohol abuse include not being able to meet work, school, or family responsibilities; drunk-driving arrests and car crashes; and drinking-related medical conditions. Under some circumstances, even social or moderate drinking is dangerous--for example, when driving, during pregnancy, or when taking certain medications.

Alcohol abuse and alcoholism cut across gender, race, and nationality. Nearly 14 million people in the United States--1 in every 13 adults--abuse alcohol or are alcoholic. In general, though, more men than women are alcohol dependent or have alcohol abuse problems. Alcohol abuse problems are highest among young adults ages 18-29 and lowest among adults ages 65 and older. We also know that people who start drinking at an early age--for example, at age 14 or younger--greatly increase the chance that they will develop alcohol abuse problems or alcoholism at some point in their lives.

Take Regular Alcohol Breaks:

Drinking often and regularly builds alcohol tolerance. The more tolerance you have the more you need it. Therefore taking regular breaks helps to decrease this tolerance and helps in preventing your body from being used to consuming alcohol consistently.


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