Frequently Asked Questions
Alcoholism is the overconsumption of alcohol to the point that it impairs human health. Alcoholic persons become habituated to alcohol despite knowing of its harmful effects, and they suffer from psychological distress when trying to avoid consuming it.
Alcohol consumption may have one or more of the following symptoms. They are as follows-
- He may have prolonged feelings of dizziness, drowsiness, mood swings, and anxiety.
- He may frequently lose consciousness during drinking periods.
- Unable to walk and talk properly and having motor nerve coordination problems.
Complications of alcoholism may be for a transient period or prolonged period.
Transient period alcoholism complications:
- Jumbled speech
- Eye problem
- Liver dysfunction
- Heart disease
- Brain problems
The approved drugs to treat alcoholism are as follows-