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  • Depression And Alcoholism

    the most common aspect between depression and alcoholism. Although depression and alcoholism is considered to be from an individual’s standpoint‚ these diseases can cause an individual from not contributing to society. Society can be compare to a bicycle‚ whereas each individual can be compare to a link from the bicycle chain‚ and the bicycle needs the chain to keep moving forward. However‚ if the bicycle chain is damaged from wear and tear (depression and alcoholism)‚ then the bicycle will lose its

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  • Alcoholism

    The Many Effects of Alcoholism Many times when people hear the word addiction they tend to think about drugs or maybe to a lesser extent cigarettes‚ however one of the most common and horrible addictions is alcoholism. I attribute this lack of common knowledge to the fact that many people who have this addiction do a very good job at hiding it. Unlike illicit drugs alcohol is not hard to find‚ you simply have to walk into a liquor store or even a gas station. Because of this‚ addicts can hide themselves

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  • Alcoholism

    The Cause and Effect of Alcoholism What is alcoholism? Alcoholism is an addiction to consumption of alcoholic liquor. The consequences of alcoholism results in mental and compulsive behavior due to alcohol dependency. Alcoholism is one of the worlds major problems of today. A continuous disease with genetic and environmental factors influencing its manifestations. Alcoholism is often progressive and fatal. Many people tend to drink‚ abuse ‚ and depend on alcohol. The purpose of this essay is to

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  • Alcoholism

    Effects of Alcoholism One of the many problems in the United States is Alcoholism. Alcoholism is considered a disease and has several sever effects that can be dangerous‚ and in some cases fatal. Alcoholism can have negative effects on a person physically‚ psychologically‚ and emotionally. The most obvious of the three effects is physical. These are the effects that can become fatal if alcoholism is present for a long period of time. Alcoholism can cause cancer in the liver‚ stomach and kidneys

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism Alcoholism is a progressive and chronic disease that includes controlling drinking‚ using alcohol even though it causes problems‚ having physical dependence with alcohol‚ or having withdrawal symptoms when one tries to cut back or stop consuming alcohol. One can have a problem with alcohol and not have it progressed to alcoholism. That is called problem drinking which means one drinks too much causing repeated problem in their life. According to the Mayo Clinic (2012)‚ binge drinking

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism How many times have you heard about the consequences of alcoholism? Have you taken them into account? Alcoholism is one of the major problems in society. The effects of this disease are really serious. Many people get used to drink alcohol ‚ and they can easily abuse; that is the problem. The purpose of this essay is to discuss the physical‚ psychological‚ and economic effects of alcoholism. The first effects of alcoholism are physical. These are the most important because these can

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism Alcoholism is a broad term for problems with alcohol‚ and is generally used to mean compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages‚ usually to the detriment of the drinker’s health‚ personal relationships‚ and social standing. It is medically considered a disease‚ specifically an addictive illness‚ and in psychiatry several other terms are used‚ specifically "alcohol abuse" and "alcohol dependence‚" which have slightly different definitions.[1] Alcoholism‚ also called

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism and It’s Effects Alcoholism is a broad term for problems with alcohol‚ and is generally used to mean compulsive‚ and uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages. usually to the detriment of the drinker’s health‚ personal relationships‚ and social standing. It is medically considered a disease. Alcohol has good effects as well as bad effects‚ Alcohol can briefly produce a pleasant and relaxed state of mind. People who drink larger quantities of alcohol are likely to have liver diseases

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    ineffective ways to reduce drinking problems among young people‚ especially high school‚ college‚ and university students. The best preventive measures are often the easiest and most economical and can be easily implemented by parents and educators. Alcoholism is a broad term for problems with alcohol‚ and is generally used to mean compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages‚ usually to the detriment of the drinker’s health‚ personal relationships‚ and social standing. It is medically

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  • Alcoholism

    just like his father‚" comments another. Such a story sparks a debate as to the foundation of alcoholism. Merriam-Webster ’s Dictionary defines alcoholism as continued excessive or compulsive use of alcoholic drinks. What causes a person to be an alcoholic is a heated debate. Some argue that the disease is hereditary‚ while others advocate that alcoholism is due to a person ’s environment. Alcoholism a generally environmental disease‚ which is fueled by a person ’s genetic makeup‚ requires federal

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