Who is most likely to develope an alcohol abuse or dependence problem men or women?


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2008-11-18 22:11:16
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both men and women have the same percentage for alcohol abuse, but men have a high percentage of using illicit drugs


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It is very misleading to assert, as some do, that a person who drinks alcohol before the age of 15 is four times more likely to develop alcohol dependence. Research has found that it is not drinking early that causes alcohol dependence.

use of which of the following drugs is least likely to lead to psychological dependence? COCAINE HEROIN NICOTINE CODEINE ALCOHOL

Some people think that people who drink before 21 will give them alcohol dependence. It all depends on the person and what they think.

There is no evidence that drinking alcohol before age 21 CAUSES anyone to be at higher risk of developing alcohol dependence.

Teens who begin drinking before age 15 are five times more likely to develop alcohol dependence than those who begin drinking at age 21. Teens who begin drinking before age 15 are five times more likely to develop alcohol dependence than those who begin drinking at age 21.

Such a correlation is often presented to argue that people under the age of 21 shouldn't drink. However, (1) the average of the onset of drinking around the world is 12 and the evidence does not suggest that such individuals are more likely to suffer alcohol dependence. And Jews, Greeks, Italisns, Portuguese, Spaniards and mandy others regularly begin drinking at a very early age and alcohol dependence is low among those groups, and (2) research strongly suggests that people who are going to have a drinking problem tend to begin drinking at an early age rather than the other way around. In short, there is no good evidence that beginning to drink at an early age CAUSES later dependence.

children can most likely be affected by alcohol

The teen drinking is very dangerous for the developing mind and body of the young person - alcohol may have long-lasting effects on intellectual capabilities and may increase the likelihood of alcohol addiction, also there is a risk of later alcohol dependence. Drinking teen drivers are twice as likely to be involved in a fatal crash as the others drinking drivers. High school students who drink are twice as likely to have seriously considered attempting suicide, as compared to nondrinkers. Adolescents who drink are more likely to engage in risky sexual activities.

This will work on contact with bed bugs, but will more than likely not eliminate the problem in its entirety.

Some people believe that early exposure to alcohol while the brain and emotional system are still developing (until around 19 or 20) makes addiction to alcohol more likely. Others hold that kids who start drinking early are more likely to come from dysfunctional families with a predisposition towards addiction. Although the jury is still out on the reasons, there is no question about the basic answer: Yes.

No, alcohol (the one you are referring to is most likely ethyl alcohol) is a compound.

most likely, no. it can develope for no reason. and it can come and go.

Those in their late teens and early 20s are most likely to abuse alcohol.

likely yeah because the alcohol goes to your blood

It is more likely that your baby would be born with physical, learning or mental difficulties. The most common problem when the mother has drunk large amounts of alcohol during pregnancy is fetal alcohol syndrome

There is no specific and absolute answer. Librium (chlordiazepoxide), ''Tranxene (clorazepate), and Serax (Oxazepam) are typically less likely to cause severe dependence and withdrawal. '' Drugs like Xanax (alprazolam) and Ativan (lorazepam) are typically more difficult to quit and more likely to cause dependence.

At the same level of absolute consumption of alcohol, women are more likely to experience a blackout.

No. The alcohol in beer is ethanol, the alcohol in rubbing alcohol is isopropanol.yes this is right if you drank rubing alcohol you would most likely vomet

Not likely. They have become too much a part of their lives to be able to successfully cover it up.

They are more likely to become a narcissist, but there are also a variety of other disorders often associated with such a childhood. In effect, while a higher rate are likely to develope such a disorder, it remains to be seen exactly what disorder they will develope in such a gap of love. However, with proper care they can grow up to be a functioning adult.

Any addiction that is started younger will lead to dependency. Waiting until you are 21 brings added maturity and hopefully responsibility.

Yes. The human brain continues to develop and build new nerve connections until the early twenties. During that period it is easier for the changes that result in alcohol addiction to occur. Furthermore, drinking during the teen years can interfere with the developmental process in other ways, create cognitive and attention deficits, and possible learning difficulties.

It won't kill you if that's what you mean, but you will get intoxicated faster, will dehydrate faster and you're likely to become dizzy. Alcohol can cause anemia and could therefore add to your problem and slow down your recovery, so I would be judicious in its use.

It would not be likely to catch diseases by drinking alcohol after someone.

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