Each individual is different. If you have the power (husband or wife) then sometimes forcing them into detox will work. My husband's father started to drink later in life after he retired. He was a huge man (not fat) and would drink and drive and his mood wasn't the most pleasant. We tried everything and I suggest detox. We got him there and he spent 3 days there and kept phoning my husband's mother and was mad as a wet hen over it. He walked out the door on the 4th day and came home, but we told him if he hit the bottle again he would go to an institution to dry out. He never drank again! Someones one has got to be almost cruel to deal with an alcoholic. Alcoholism is actually a disease and it can be hereditary. Some people use it to deaden physical pain or emotional pain. Good or bad these types of people didn't become who they are because they wanted to hurt themselves or anyone they loved. Waiting is the hard part and until the alcoholic is either put into hospital or some institution where they can dry out and get psychological counseling they may never get it over and eventually die from liver disease or Heart disease. Some alcoholics go into hospital for detoxes on many occasions and still go back drinking...some die afterwards...it is also regarded as an illness of denial alot of alcoholics will experience life in the gutter where they have lost everything and live life hand to mouth and still be drinking the sufferer would have to give up for themselves first and not for anybody else if they are to have a realistic chance of recovery...the problem may occur when alcohol is taken in the system of an acoholic that causes an allergy combined with mental obsession that "lights up" the sufferer and continues the insanity of taking that first drink...without this first drink the sufferer cannot get drunk...some alcoholics don't have to reach a low rock bottom to stop drinking they realise the futility of their abuse...but in my opinion some alcoholics are "sicker" than others depending on what has happened in their past lives whether they can face their demons with a sober mind on a daily basis...
You can take a test on whether you are an alcoholic on various websites that offer advice on alcoholism. They will have people to help you through your problems.
Simply the desire to stop. Contrary to a common belief, alcoholism is not a disease.
Sadly, once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic, and there is no cure for it. Meaning, once they do stop drinking, they can never again have another drink, not even "just one". With an alcoholic, there is no such thing as "just one", that's why they are alcoholics. But it can be treated, as can many diseases. And that's what alcoholism is - a disease. Far too often, there is a stigma attached to alcoholics, which makes them reluctant to seek help; they are embarassed, guilty and ashamed, and even try to keep their alcoholism secret. But the only shame in alcoholism would be in not getting help for it, since it is a disease.If one had any other disease, such as cancer, depression, diabetes, etc., they would seek medical assistance and/or counseling. It should be no different with alcoholism, because it is no different - it's a disease, but it is treatable, provided the person *wants* the life saving and life changing treatment. They have to want it; you cannot force an alcoholic to get treatment.The first (and hardest step) is for the alcoholic to admit they are an alcoholic, and to stop drinking. But there are treatments, medications and methods, as well as counseling to help with that, and ways to help an alcoholic stay clean and sober once they do get sober.If you have a loved one that is an alcoholic, you have to resolve to not be an enabler. That means you do not assist them in their drinking, nor do you accept excuses for it. Let them know you love them, and will support them in their recovery (recovery is a lifelong process), but you will not accept their drinking any longer. You can contact your local AA (Alcoholics Annonymous), which will help you plan an intervention for your loved one, and will help not only the alcoholic, but provide counseling to you and your family, as well.If you are an alcoholic, please, realize what you are doing to your life, and the lives of all who love you. Alcoholism has no "cure", but once you take that first step and admit you are an alcoholic, and seek medical help to stop drinking and counseling to help you stay sober, your life can be far better than you ever imagined it could be.
This is the subject of considerable debate, given the fact that there is disagreement about how to define alcoholism. AA often asserts that some people are "born" alcoholic while others contend that it takes years for a person to become alcoholic.
No. Some people say it is as a justification. But, being an alcoholic is simply a choice, an unintelligent one, that some people choose to take.
take her money away and all her alcohol and get her help
Alcoholism is a very serious thing to consider, and if you suspect your friend is suffering from this terrible disease, try and identify a few alcoholism symptoms. The most obvious sign is irritability and mood swings upon consumption of alcohol. When a budding alcoholic can't handle being away from the drink, everyone will soon know - take heed of their obvious cry for help - you could easily stave off future disaster!
Yes, Caleb Followill is going through the problem of alcoholism. It is revealed that the problem of alcohol has cost him his voice. He has to take steroid injections to be able to perform.
This depends on how severe your addiction to alcoholism is. But the safest would be 3 months.
Not necessarily. The quantity of alcohol one consumes regularly or otherwise is not alone a basis upon which a diagnosis of alcoholism may be made.Alcoholism specifically involves the sufferer physically and mentally and arguably spiritually. The key diagnostic elements proffered by the book entitled Alcoholics Anonymous (44:1) are:"If when you honestly want to you find you cannot quit entirely or, if, when drinking you can not control the amount you take, then you are probably alcoholic."
An individual is genetically predisposed to the disease of alcoholism. A person's emotional makeup also plays a factor in the disease. Therefore, the tolerance for alcohol varies from person to person and there is no quantitative answer to this question.
you can take all her or his alcol things and put them in the garbage and take the garbege for the garbage truc comes to takes it. Or try to make the personne stop.Answertalk to him/her and show the concequences of being alcoholic and how it can end your life or take him/her in to a aac AnswerTo be honest, the only person who can help your alcoholic friend, is the alcoholic themselves. They firstly need to acknowledge that they have a problem, and until they do this, no-one can help them. Maybe you could help them accept that they have a problem - this is the most difficult bit, but once they have done this, there is a lot of help out there which you can help them get. e.g GP prescribed antabuse medication, counselling, AA and other support groups, etc etc. Recovery is a long long road which only they can travel - but you can be there supporting them. Good Luck.
Alcoholic fermentation occurs in the cytoplasm of a cell.
Abstainers never take alcoholic drinks.
An active alcoholic can (and probably will) do as she pleases, even if it's not a good idea. And it isn't. Read the label. A recovering alcoholic shouldn't take it because it is 10% alcohol.
Yes, quite possibly. Particularly if your alcoholism results in neglect (which it probably does, by definition) or abuse or child endangerment (also likely). Contact Alcoholics Anonymous--they can help you not only cope with your addiction and introduce you to other people who have the same addiction but also get your life back on track and improve your relationship with your kids.
Yes. Hypnosis can help you break free of the physical and mental temptations that drive you to drink as your stress fades away and you no longer feel the need to open a bottle or take a sip.
With out knowing what you are working on we can not help.
You don't. A person who drinks mouthwash is most likely a late stage chronic alcoholic. (Or a teenager and only does so infrequently) This person most likely will need to be medically detoxed(take them to a hospital first), and then sent to a long term in-patient center for alcoholism and addiction. Even in that situation it's not a sure fire solution. I speak from experience here.
testing is in progress...
Alcoholism is a chronic disease affecting brain chemistry. It manifests itself in such a way that the affected person (or other mammal) will drink excessively despite the negative practical consequences... repeatedly. Over time this can lead to effectively permanent dependency i.e. the brain chemistry does not revert or especially 'unlearn' from it's forced requirement of how to cope with large amounts of alcohol to stay alive... one affected in such a way is always therefore referred to as 'recovering alcoholic'. This is also why some people describe alcoholism as an allergy i.e. exposure to the allergen (alcohol) is what causes the disease. One cannot have an alcoholic without alcohol... but once introduced... the state of affairs medically speaking is likely to be permanent. There is genetic propensity towards alcoholism. Like many families, the Royal Family of the United Kingdom is not excluded from this biological certainty. Prince Harry shows many signs of suffering from alcoholism. If so it isn't 'his fault'... rather it is simply him being susceptible to the disease through nature combined with some nurture. If he is struggling with alcoholism, he will need all the support he can get from both his family, friends and medical experts. The rest of us can simply take heed of advice to try not to drink 'too much'... for alcoholism is like a permanent hangover.
Medication alone will not effectively treat alcoholism.
You can take them to Rehab, that'll work :)
No, but sometimes you can buy it on the plane.