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When you begin the process of alcohol detox, you will most likely experience alcohol withdrawal symptoms. These physical alcohol withdrawal symptoms are different for everyone, but can include, sweats, nausea, vomiting, tremors, anxiety and the possibility of convulsions and seizures. With the medications that are available today, an effective alcohol detox and alcohol treatment program can minimize and in some cases, almost eliminate the symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal.
Like many other diseases, alcoholism has been shown to be passed genetically. While that has been scientifically determined, an individual's lifestyle, environment and stress level can also play a large role in the development of this chronic disease, as does the ease with which alcohol is readily available. Just because someone is at risk for alcoholism, does not mean he or she will develop it. Understanding your risk level, however, can be key to protecting yourself and getting the help you need as early as possible.
Alcoholism is a disease in which the afflicted individual compulsively drinks alcohol. This intense craving results in the inability to manage control over the urge to drink. The more the individual uses alcohol, the stronger the body's physical dependence on it will become. The ensuing tolerance causes the need to drink greater amounts in order to achieve the same effects.
Alcoholism is recognized by the American Medical Association as a disease. In cases of alcoholism, the person will crave the substance in the same manner as someone starving from food or water. Individuals will typically continue their consumption regardless of the damage it is causing to their health, their relationships or their finances, as the compulsion is uncontrollable.
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