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Abuse Of Addiction And Alcohol

The highest number of addicts in the UK are addicted to alcohol. Alcohol consumption is accepted as a social pastime and can often lead to the alcoholic becoming delusional about the amount that they consume.


Understanding Alcohol

Alcohol is a substance that lowers inhibitions and anxiety and is a controlled substance. Some of the ways alcohol affect the users are a loss of balance and indistinct speech.


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. There are many forms of alcohol including hard Alcohol, wine and beer.


Addiction To And The Abuse Of Beer

Beer is an alcoholic beverage made using yeast-fermented malt flavoured with hops. The alcohol content by volume (ABV) in beer is lower than that found in wine or hard Alcohol.


The most commonly taken beers usually have an alcohol content by volume of 4-6 percent while others can be as low as 2 percent or as high as 12 percent. To be within the legal drinking limit but not be allowed to drive, takes most people 2 to 3 beers.

Britain's drink beer during many social activities. Events which are held in college campuses, any sports events, or any professional dinner drinking alcohol is the norm.

Microbreweries are becoming popular and is where the drinking establishment brews their own beer. 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.

The ones who drink alcohol while at a social activity or just consume craft beer are also exposed to an alcohol use disorder. When you feel like drinking when no one else is drinking or when you are bored or uncomfortable, this may be a sign that you are developing a drinking problem. Ask for help with a beer addiction now.


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Wine Addiction And Abuse

Fermented grapes and other fruits are the primary source of wine. Usually it's sold as white or red wine with a range of taste profiles.


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 different varieties are based on the grapes used.

It has more intense quantity of alcohol as compared to beer. 5 oz. of wine has the same alcohol content as 12 oz. of beer. Frequently, wine is mostly drank during parties or in company with gourmet cheese and crackers. Since wine is considered a class or status drink, it is not easy to tell when someone is becoming dependent on it.

In UK, women are the 64 percent wine user and they also focused on gathering people and promote wine. This means that there are more women with wine use disorder in the UK. Men do get addicted to wine too. Should you find, you are drinking more wine than normal, or know someone who is, especially when facing some stressful situations or feeling weak, there could be an underlying problem that is the cause. If you are seeking help with a wine drinking problem get help today.


Alcohol Abuse And Dependency

Alcoholic beverages such as whiskey, gin, vodka and rum are also known as spirits. As having a higher ABV than beer or wine, spirits are frequently combined with sodas, juices or water. A standard single measure of spirit is 25ml. A shot is when a shot glass is filled with a spirit and consumed neat. 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. It is an ongoing debate which science is yet to settle whether alcohol affects all those who consume it the same way no matter the type of drink they take. The drinker's perception may however be affected by the setting in which they are consuming the alcohol. Drinking a glass of wine at home with dinner could have the effect of comfort and contentment while drinking a few Tequila shots in a buzzing nightclub will have a different type of feeling.

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. Any type of alcohol drinking has intense reactions. Get help for an alcohol compulsion now.


Understanding Drinking In Excess

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 non addicted binge drinker may be able to stop drinking on their own. A person who is addicted to alcohol may not be able to stop without assistance from someone else even if they want to. Alcoholism can easily develop if a person binge drinks for an extended period.


The Results Of Alcohol Consumption

Mental and body processes are slowed down by alcohol since it's a CNS depressant. With the initial drink of beverage, people might notice a reduction in sensations of nervousness or stress. 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.

It's not easy to differentiate casual use and abuse of alcohol since it is a widely accepted legal drug in society. Overall any use of alcohol that leads to a negative situation is classed as abuse. These are some harmful effects of Alcohol:

  • Physical injury or disease
  • Stressful relationships
  • Work-related issues
  • Financial problems

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


Addicted To Alcohol

Alcohol addiction, also called as alcoholism, is notable by a strong desire for alcohol and the failure to quit drinking - even if it results in severe individual or social harm. Desire to quit drinking but unable to do so, become tolerant to alcohol, drinking more than you think, experiencing the withdrawal signs when not drinking, overlooking and forgetting the responsibilities at home or work and wasting time in search of alcohol and drinking are the main symptoms of alcohol obsession. Take our quiz to discover if your drinking habits are an issue.


High-Functioning Alcoholics

There is a particular group of alcoholism popular as high-functioning alcohol addiction. The ones who are high-functioning alcohol addicts are able to keep their addiction from disturbing their professional and particular lives.


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.


High-Functioning Alcoholics do not often realise they have a problem until they are faced with a serious alcohol related consequences. 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

Alcohol is used with other drugs and it is very common nowadays. 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. Alone, alcohol is dangerous enough but when mixed with other substances, its potency becomes deadly.


Data Of Alcohol Abuse And Addiction

Get Help For An Addiction To Alcohol

There are people to help you through the process you are not alone. Giving up alcohol on their own isn't easy for most people. You can get the help you need from many specialists and support groups. A rehabilitation that focuses on treating alcohol addiction can greatly improve your odds of recovery. Contact one now on 0800 246 1509.