Alcohol abuse is also known as alcoholism. Alcohol
abuse is an unfortunate example of unnecessary
drinking that can promptly increase alcohol
dependence. Individuals who drink alcohol
excessively or every now and then, however, they are
not yet physically dependent on alcohol.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
ADDICTION KILLER WHAT IS ALCOHOL ABUSE?
WHAT IS ALCOHOL ABUSE? • Alcohol abuse is also known as alcoholism. Alcohol abuse is an unfortunate example of unnecessary drinking that can promptly increase alcohol dependence. Individuals who drink alcohol excessively or every now and then, however, they are not yet physically dependent on alcohol.
ADVERSE OUTCOME OF ALCOHOL Alcoholism results in adverse outcomes that lead to: • Inability to satisfy work or individual obligations. • Recurrent consumption of alcohol in possibly hazardous circumstances • Issues with the law • Continue the use of alcohol regardless of damage being done to social or personal relationships • Intake of alcohol in spite of knowing that it will damage various organs of the body. Alcohol often changes the functioning of the brain.
PHYSICAL DEPENDENCY Alcohol dependence is also used as the term alcoholism scientifically. It is chronic and the physical dependence is characterized by: • Craving-A strong urge to drink alcohol • Loss of control- When you are not able to limit your craving for alcohol and you end up consuming it. • Tolerance- Increase the amounts of alcohol that are needed to produce an effect • Physical dependence- It leads to withdrawal symptoms (nausea, sweating, irritability, hallucinations, etc) develop when drinking is stopped or reduced.
Domestic Violence Due To Alcohol Abuse Violence against women is increasing at an alarming rate and it is in limelight across the world. Abusive behavior at home is characterized as an example of dictatorship conduct in any relationship that is used by a partner to pick up or keep up power and control over the other partner. When this violence is combined with an addiction to alcohol or drugs the situation becomes dangerous and it is very difficult to handle. However, numerous stories neglect to recognize the effect of alcohol and other synthetic drugs that on the predominance and seriousness of aggressive behavior at home. They additionally neglect to satisfactorily depict the complexity of violence that happens inside the houses.
Domestic Violence Due To Alcohol Abuse There is a wide range of practices that can be portrayed as household mishandle: • Emotional abuse • Physical abuse • Psychological abuse • Sexual abuse • Financial abuse
WARNING SIGNS OF ALCOHOL ABUSE • Your partner is getting high or alcoholic more frequently than expected, especially in the morning or different timings of the day when they wouldn't regularly do as such. • Your partner is consuming new sorts of drink or drugs. • Your partner is drinking or taking drugs all alone. • Your partner is getting on the edge or upset in the event that they don't approach alcohol or drugs. • Your partner is encountering issues with other relatives, at work or with the law.
CHILD NEGLECT DUE TO ALCOHOL ABUSE • Physical damage(e.g., hitting, kicking, consuming, and so forth.) by a parent or other guardian in the child rearing part. Disregard is the disappointment of the parent or parental figure to accommodate the youngster's fundamental needs—sustenance, shield, supervision, therapeutic mind, and enthusiastic sustaining. • Sexual abuserefers to not just constraining or then again constraining a kid to take part in sexual movement yet in addition to misuse through explicit entertainment. • Emotional abuseis generally an example of conduct that damages a child's emotional improvement (e.g., steady feedback, dangers, withholding love, and so on).