3 edition of Alcohol found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47).
|Other titles||Alcohol, chemistry and culture|
|Statement||by Kevin R. Scheel.|
|LC Classifications||HV5060 .S33 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||94017314|
But what he remembers the most was constant exhaustion. Many started carrying as early as sixth grade. Hangover symptoms from excessive drinking may be confused with withdrawal symptoms. Even if the person survives, an alcohol overdose like this can lead to long-lasting brain damage.
The risk of alcohol use disorder is higher for people who have a parent or other close relative who has problems with alcohol. They will try to hide their drinking problem from others and will avoid gross intoxication. A depressed mood is a common symptom of heavy alcohol drinkers. This is of particular concern when you're taking certain medications that also depress the brain's function.
Once they appear, many of the most severe problems may not improve even with expert medical care. Starting at an early age. To help members stay sober AA must, they argue, provide an all-encompassing worldview while creating and sustaining an atmosphere of transcendence in the organization. If you have a teenager, be alert to signs and symptoms that may indicate a problem with alcohol: Loss of interest in activities and hobbies and in personal appearance Red eyes, slurred speech, problems with coordination and memory lapses Difficulties or changes in relationships with friends, such as joining a new crowd Declining grades and problems in school Frequent mood changes and defensive behavior You can help prevent teenage alcohol use: Set a good example with your own alcohol use. Without proper professional oversight, these complications have the potential to lead to fatal consequences.
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