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Abuse Of Addiction And Alcohol

In the UK, one of the most common addictions is alcoholism. Drinking alcohol may lead to refusal and have extreme results.


Understanding Alcohol

Alcohol is a substance that lowers inhibitions and anxiety and is a controlled substance. There are many side effects including lack of coordination, slurred speech and vomiting.


Many people drink alcohol, and they are not considered addicts, those who fall under the category of abusers are those whose life has been changed negatively since they started taking alcohol. The alcoholic drink may be in the form of beer, wine or hard Alcohol.


Dependency On 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.


Beer's ABV varies from around two to 12 percent, with the generally ingested beers, such as Budweiser, Miller Lite and Busch, dropping in the four to six percent range. To exceed the legal driving limit, it usually takes most people 2 to 3 beers.

Beer has become equivalent with some activities in British lifestyle. Beer is present in most sporting events, there are many drinking games in colleges that involve beer and many professionals would loath to miss out on happy hour.

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. The disadvantage of the craft beer industry is that their version of beer has almost always had a higher amount of alcohol sometimes 11 to 12 percent higher than the regular beer.

Alcohol use disorder can affect even people who only drink socially or those who only take craft beers. 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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Dependency And Abuse Of Wine

Wine is made up of fermented grapes and many fruits like pomegranates or berries. Wine can be either white, red or rose.


Well known white wines include Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Moscato while red wines include Pinot Noir, Merlot, Zinfandel and Cabernet. The various wines are based on the type of grape they are made from.

It has more intense quantity of alcohol as compared to beer. A 5 oz measure of wine is equal to a 12 oz pour of beer. Wine is taken as a compliment during dinner or an accompaniment to gourmet cheese and crackers. It's classed as a "high-class" drink so it may be more difficult to see when someone has an issue.

Wine adverts tend to target women and in the UK, 64 percent of wine drinkers are women. This means that there are more women with wine use disorder in the UK. Men do get addicted to wine too. It is worth considering if someone you know has been drinking more wine than usual or they have been consuming the drink to get over feelings of depression or anxiety as there could be a problem with drink. If you are seeking help with a wine drinking problem 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. As having a higher ABV than beer or wine, spirits are frequently combined with sodas, juices or water. The normal size of a spirit is 25ml. When Alcohol is consumed neat or as a shot, it's not mixed with other drinks. Mixing alcohol with soda can result in faster intoxication since carbonation increases the rate at which alcohol is absorbed in the blood. There is a higher risk of abuse when taking shots due to the reduced amount of liquid and this can lead to faster drunkenness.

Usual drinkers can correlate different alcohols with different feelings of drunkenness. It has been proved through Science that it doesn't matter what type of drink you may have, the alcohol create same effect is everyone. The drinker's perception may however be affected by the setting in which they are consuming the alcohol. When someone has a wine with dinner they report to have a feeling of tiredness and happiness, while consuming tequila at a high-energy party produces different kinds of feeling of drunkenness.

Some people who have severe alcohol problems feel they can't start the day without a Vodka or end the day with a glass of Whiskey. Despite the kind of alcohol ingested, alcohol of any type has severe addiction potential. If you're suffering from alcohol addiction, get help today.


Understanding 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. Someone who only binges drinks once in awhile may be in control and can stop with no problem. An addict to alcohol may try to stop but cannot do it without assistance. In some circumstances, extended binge drinking may result in alcoholism.


Immediate Effects Of Alcohol

Alcohol as a central nervous system (CNS) depressant, it suppresses mental and bodily processes. With the initial drink of beverage, people might notice a reduction in sensations of nervousness or stress. Alcohol can make a person more confident when interacting with other people and less worried about their perception and this is why alcohol is normally referred to as social lubricant.

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. Part of the negative complications of alcohol use are:

  • Illness or physical harm
  • Relationship problems
  • Work problems
  • Money problems

Addiction abuse becomes addiction when it escalates in frequency.


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. To find out if you may have a drinking problem, try taking our quiz.


High-Functioning Alcoholics

There is a type of alcoholic known as a High-Functioning Alcoholic. 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.


Many alcoholics are high-functioning alcoholics as reported in the New York Times article. Many high functioning alcoholics are lawyers, professors and doctors.


When a person confront serious Alcohol related results, than they find it is because of high-functioning alcoholism. A person may fail to be aware that they are a high functioning alcoholic for many years and this can be very dangerous.


Alcohol And Different 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. Alone, alcohol is dangerous enough but when mixed with other substances, its potency becomes deadly.


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Get Assistance For Alcoholism Today

You are not alone in the treatment process. Giving up alcohol on their own isn't easy for most people. For providing help there are many treatment centers, experts and support groups. A rehabilitation that focuses on treating alcohol addiction can greatly improve your odds of recovery. Call one of our helpful staff on 0800 246 1509 today.