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This explains the symptoms and signs of each phase along with exploring treatment choices.

Early or Adaptive Stage
Middle Stage
Late Stage
Dealing with Alcoholism and Addiction
Regression to drinking or using drugs

1– The Adaptive or early Stage of Alcoholism and Addiction

The adaptive or early phase of alcoholism and dependency is marked by enhancing tolerance to alcohol and physical adjustments in the body which are largely unseen.

This enhanced tolerance is marked by the…

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What is Binge Drinking? is a deadly and chronic disease. After extended exposure to alcohol, your brain adjusts to the changes alcohol produces and eventually becomes reliant on it. The craving for alcohol may be as unyielding as the requirement for water and food.

Consuming alcohol in moderate quantities might not be bad to your physical health. A woman can have 1 beverage per day and a male can have 2 to 3 drinks per day.

Listed here are some excuses to quit drinking:

Alcohol is…

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The actual amount of alcohol you need to drink in a session for it to be classified as binge drinking varies depending on who you ask, but the everyday definition is approximately eight units of alcohol (around three pints of strong beer), and 2-3 units of alcohol for women (around 2 large glasses of wine) ingested in a short time frame.
These numbers are far from accurate, and in the real world, binge drinking is better defined by the level of intoxication than the quantity of alcohol. Stages…