Alcoholism Among Teenagers

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CHAPTER 1PAGE
The Problem Its Background ………………………………………… 1 Importance of the Study ………………………………………… 2 Definition of Terms ………………………………………… 2 Scope and Delimination of the Study ………………………………………… 3 Related Litrature and Study ……………………………………….. 4

CHAPTER 2
Method of Study ………………………………………… 7 Instrument and Techniques ………………………………………… 7 Treatment of Data ………………………………………… 8

CHAPTER 3
Presentation and Interpretation ..………………………………………. 11

CHAPTER 4
Summary of Findings ………………………………………… 12 Conclusion ………………………………………… 12 Recommendation ………………………………………… 13

Bibliography ………………………………………… 14 Appendix ………………………………………… 15 Resume ………………………………………… 16

Chapter 1
The Problem Its Background

Importance of the Study

Teenagers

Alcoholics

Teachers

Parents

Definition of Terms

Scope and Delimination of the Study

This study is focus on alcoholism among teenagers. This alcoholism phenomenon is something that is becoming an increasingly large concern to some parents. Instead of worrying about cigarettes, or drug addiction, they fear their children to becoming addicted in alcohol.

Teenagers can easily buy alcohols by adding their extra pocket money, and by that way they can drink all along. Statistics shows that 62 % of all 15 to 18 year old teenagers are drinking alcohol and the worst is most of them are girls.

The teenagers become addicted in alcohol because it is more advantages for them to less their depressed, if their alone, problematic or sometimes it’s just a trip. It can make them relax and active, they say, but how it can be? Alcohols are not solution for that,

To prevent teenagers for being addicted in alcohol is not easy but there are many ways to prevent them in drinking alcohol, like recreational activities like joining in a sport clubs that they will surely enjoy and that will distract them from alcohol, and the benefits of this is they can start a new life without thinking about alcohol or other problem that can distract their minds .

This study does not cover the topic about excessive intoxication that can cause harmful things like sex, riots and drug use which can causes many more laws against it and injuries .

RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDY
How can you tell if someone has a drinking problem?
Signs of a drinking problem include behaviours like drinking for the purpose of getting drunk; drinking alone or keeping it secret; drinking to escape problems; hiding alcohol in odd places; getting irritated when you are unable to obtain alcohol to drink; and having problems at work, school, home, or legally as a result of your drinking. Other warning signs of alcohol abuse include losing interest in activities you used to enjoy, having blackouts because of heavy drinking, and getting annoyed when loved ones say you may have a drinking problem. Behaviours that may indicate that a person is suffering from alcohol dependence include being able to drink more and more alcohol, trouble stopping once you start drinking, powerful urges to drink, and having withdrawal symptoms like nervousness, nausea, shaking, or having cold sweats when you don't have a drink. Can an alcoholic just cut back or stop drinking?

While some people with alcohol dependence can cut back or stop drinking without help, most are only able to do so temporarily unless they get treatment. Individuals who consume alcohol in lower amounts and tend to cope with problems more directly are more likely to be successful in their efforts to cut back or stop drinking without the benefit of treatment. Is there a safe level of drinking?

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