The Cause And Effects Of Alcoholism And Its Causes

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Today one of the most popular products is alcohol. Strong drinks of all kinds and brands are consumed by the vast majority of modern people, and everyone one way or another drinks alcohol. The difference is in the kinds of drinks, causes for drinking and frequency of consumption. Any alcohol drink contains some portion of ethanol (it is signed on the bottle), or ethanol with the chemical formula C2H5(OH). Ethanol is a strong neuroparalytic poison, which disturbs human nervous system functioning and damages all the groups of internal organs of those, who drink alcohol. People of their own free will consume poison with and without any reason. And very often non-normalized consumption of alcoholic products leads to dangerous for physical and…show more content…
First of all this is severe living conditions, poor nutrition, lack of cultural entertainment and just a hopelessness. These are the reasons of alcoholism. However there is regularity among modern developed countries that alcoholism increases at the same time with the growth of economic well-being. Alcoholism is a soul illness first of all. The worries of the soul are the starting point of the drunkenness. And the soul worries begin with the realizing of absolute loneliness. The period of neuroses, phobias, affects usually comes before alcoholism. A person finds the way out in an alcohol. All he needs is to drink and all the problems disappear. A person feels comfortable and no longer lonely. But then the crapulence brings him back to the real world. And the reality makes him feel ashamed, he feels miserable and wants to return to that illusory world. Such a state is called alcohol depression. Signs and symptoms of alcoholism As we have already mentioned that almost every modern person at least occasionally drinks alcohol. Of course, it does not mean that everyone is alcoholics. The main difference between healthy man and alcoholic is addiction, first psychological addiction, and then

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