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Abuse And Addiction of Alcohol

The highest number of addicts in the UK are addicted to alcohol. Alcohol is a socially accepted drink, and most deny they are abusing it, over time the results can be devastating.


Alcohol

Alcohol affects the body by depressing the brain sensory nerves that make one anxious and shy; though legal, alcohol is among the controlled substances. Poor coordination and slurred speech are just a few of the many side effects of alcohol.


Everyone is not an alcoholic, but those people whose life is adversely affected by alcohol and they drink on regular basis and have alcohol disorder. Alcohol is taken as a drink and can be found in many forms such as beer, wine and spirits.


Addiction To And The Abuse Of Beer

Beer is a type of an alcoholic drink which contains water, yeast, hops and barley. Beer usually has the lowest alcohol volume of all the alcohol variants.


Normally these beers are consumed (Budweiser, Coors Light, Miller Lite, Corona, Busch, etc), it ranges from 2 to 12 percent but now decreases from 4 to 6 percent. Some people believe that it takes from two to three beers to be above the authorized driving limit.

Britain's drink beer during many social activities. Drinking games on college grounds, happy hours are the activity for workers and it would be extremely difficult to find an event without alcohol.

The increase of craft beer has made the consumption of beer something more contemporary, with microbreweries and house brewers getting to the limit on the types of brand-new taste can be brought in. Some of the craft beers being brewed do have one major problem and that is that they have a higher alcohol content than the average draft with some going as high as 12 percent.

Anyone who drinks beer whether only at social gatherings or only those who take only craft beer is at risk of becoming an alcoholic addict. One of the signs of alcohol abuse is when an individual consumes alcohol in every bore or bumpy situation or when others stop using or drinking alcohol. Ask for help with a beer addiction now.


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Wine Addiction And Abuse

Wine is originated from fermented grapes or other types of fruits like pomegranates or berries. The basic wine is either red or white but may each may have a variety of flavors.


In the white wine category, we have Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Riesling and Moscato while the red kinds include: Merlot, Cabernet, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel. The various wines are based on the type of grape they are made from.

Wine usually contains more alcohol concentration form than beer. A small glass of wine around 5 oz is equivalent in alcohol content to a 12oz glass of beer. Wine is often drunk on it's own but is popular to drink with food and depending on the food will depend on the colour of wine to drink. It's not easy to tell if someone has a wine use problem since wine is usually seen as a classy drink.

As being 64% of wine drinkers in the UK, women are frequently the main audience in advertising campaigns to promote wine. This means that there are more women with wine use disorder in the UK. However, even men can have a wine drinking problem. When you or someone you love has been ingesting wine more often than expected or making use of it to avoid anxiety or depressive sensations, it may mean a deeper problem at play. If you are struggling with a wine addiction, you can get help today.


Abuse Of And Addiction To Alcohol

Alcoholic drinks grouped as hard or spirits like tequila, vodka, gin, rum, and whiskey are all in the alcohol category. Spirits are normally mixed with soft drinks or water since they have a much higher alcohol content compared to wine and beer. The normal size of a spirit is 25ml. A small amount of alcohol is called a shot or neat when taken without mixing with water or soda. Mixing alcohol with soda can result in faster intoxication since carbonation increases the rate at which alcohol is absorbed in the blood. The lesser number of fluid content in a shot makes it easier for intake that causes increase risk of misuse and successive drunkenness.

Many drinkers state that they feel different effects of intoxication when they consume different alcoholic drinks. Science has still to demonstrate this, with researches showing that alcohol generates equal symptoms in everybody, despite the kind of beverage being ingested. The environment in which a consumer of alcohol is in might influence the way the drinker perceives their state of drunkenness. Having a glass of wine during dinner may result in a happy, lethargic feeling while a couple of tequila shots at a party results in a different kind of intoxication.

The ones with a serious alcohol use disorder might experience that they can't begin their daily routine without a swig of vodka or end it without a glass of whiskey. Regardless of the type of alcohol one likes, all types of alcohol have the potential to produce addiction. It is time to seek help for your alcohol addiction.


Defining Binge Drinking

Men who drink more than five alcoholic drinks in a two-hour period, and women who drink more than four are classified as binge drinkers; they are considered risk drinkers. A binge drinker is a person who can drink heavily for a day or two and then stop completely for some days without a problem. A person addicted to alcohol, however, might wish to stop drinking and not be capable to do so with no support. Repeated binging over a long time may become an alcohol dependency.


Alcohol Immediate Effects

Alcohol as a central nervous system (CNS) depressant, it suppresses mental and bodily processes. A person may feel less stressed or anxious when they have their first drink. With the use can be social lubricant, the individual will feel less worried about how they are seen by people and feel trust to meet with new people.

Alcohol is legal and accepted as a social pastime so it can be difficult to see the difference between casual use and addiction. Overall any use of alcohol that leads to a negative situation is classed as abuse. These are some harmful effects of Alcohol:

  • Illness and physical harm
  • Strained relationships
  • Work problems
  • Money problems

Alcohol abuse can quickly turn into addiction if it occurs often.


Addicted To Alcohol

If someone has a desire for alcohol or just can't stop drinking even it creates harmful personal or social effects. Evidences of an addiction to alcohol are generally drinking more than expected, wishing to quit drinking, however being incapable to have a resistance to alcohol, feeling withdrawal side effects once is stopping, allowing individual and professional obligations struggle in advantage of drinking and wasting an enormous time trying to get and drink alcohol. You can find out if you have an alcohol problem by taking our quiz.


High-Functioning Alcoholics

There are people classified as high-functioning alcoholics. A person who is able to work or continue with their personal life and work without them being affected by their drinking problem is called a high-functioning alcoholic.


It was approximated that nearly half of alcoholics fall into this group by an article in the new York times. Many top professionals including doctors and lawyers make up this number.


A high-functioning alcoholic may not notice they are addicted till they encounter a problem traceable to alcohol. A person may fail to be aware that they are a high functioning alcoholic for many years and this can be very dangerous.


Mixing Alcohol And Other Drugs

In today's world, it is normal to see alcohol being taken in combination with other drugs. When alcohol which is a CNS depressant is mixed with others of the CNS class like benzoa and pain relievers, it becomes an extremely dangerous combination. It can be quite deadly to mix alcohol with other drugs even though it is important to note that alcohol is still dangerous on its own.


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Find Help For Alcohol Addiction Now

Recovery does not have to be faced alone. Giving up alcohol on their own isn't easy for most people. Help is available in the form of support groups that are designed for that purpose. With the help of devoted treatment centers, give yourself a chance for recovery. Sign up at a rehabilitation center today on 0800 246 1509.