What is Alcohol Abuse?
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The Dangers of Alcohol Abuse and Binge Drinking
If you or somebody you know is affected by Alcohol Abuse or displays any of the following symptoms, you must begin accepting help as early as possible. The sooner somebody with an Alcohol Abuse problem receives help, the better tomorrow will be.
Technically, Alcohol Abuse is at play if you have continued to drink for 12 months or longer and have gotten into dangerous situations related to drinking, such as:
Drinking and driving
Dropping out of school or being fired
Slacking off at home or with financial obligations
Have legal troubles owed to alcohol – like being arrested
Drinking In Public Places Where Alcohol Is Not Allowed
drinking has affected any of your personal relationships
Keep in mind that plenty of people can drink Alcohol their whole lives and can even do it on a regular basis, and will never develop any issues. This is where the ordinary drinker and the Alcohol Abuser vary.
In brief, somebody that Abuses Alcohol tends to consume more Alcohol than their body can endure; which could lead to lesser health problems with a likelihood of developing a significant Alcohol Addiction tomorrow.
Some people are more susceptive to Alcohol Abuse than most. This is why it’s common for people to drink their entire lives and never abuse it, and why others experience difficulty right away.
Where do calls go?
Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.
Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by ARK Behavioral Health, a paid advertiser on alcoholaddiction.org.
All calls are private and confidential.