Because alcohol is an addictive substance that is relatively inexpensive in comparison to other addictive substances; and because it is easy to acquire legally, alcohol addiction is one of the most common addictions in the United States. Alcohol is produced from fermented sugars and is available in a variety of concentrations and forms.
Also called alcoholism, alcohol addiction is a problem that can affect people of all age groups, cultures, races, sexes, and social classes. Alcohol consumption impairs judgment and removes inhibitions, people often find desirable in social situations. However, excessive and/or frequent alcohol consumption in the in the context of continuing negative consequences is likely alcohol abuse, which is often the beginning of an alcohol addiction.
We encourage you to explore this website to learn more about alcohol detox and withdrawal, drug rehab, and treatment. eDrug Rehab encourages you to call us now to discuss the possibility of staging an Alcohol intervention if you suspect that someone you know is abusing alcohol.
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