I don’t drink every day, so I can’t be an alcoholic OR I only drink
wine or beer, so I can’t be an alcoholic.
Drinking is not a “real” addiction
like drug abuse.
My drinking is my problem. I’m the one
it hurts, so no one has the right to tell me to stop.
I can stop drinking anytime I want to.
do this ALONE get some help!!!
Alcohol abuse: Is when alcohol is consumed to excess even only
abuse can lead to alcoholism and even alcohol poisoning in susceptible
people. Drinking too much alcohol, in a short period of time, can
lead to a coma or death within a few hours. Drinking to relieve stress
or to “feel normal” is often an early sign of alcohol abuse. Many
drinkers find alcohol becoming excessively important in their lives.
They make sure to have enough alcohol available at the times during
which they are used to drinking. This obsession may lead to secret
drinking and a change in their personality.
dependence and addiction,
I am in love with an addict.
Alcoholism gradually affects the organs of the body such as the brain
and the nervous system, the liver, the stomach, blood, and the heart.
In later stages the drinker may experience hallucinations or even
paranoia. Damage and cancer risks increase, especially in organs
directly involved with alcohol processing. This includes the mouth,
oesophagus, stomach, liver, heart and pancreas. This abuse of alcohol
can interfere with, school, work, relationships, socialization and many
more. However, with willpower, help, and natural remedies an alcoholic
can start on the road to sobriety.
Do you have a drinking problem?
You may have a drinking problem if you...
Feel guilty or ashamed about your drinking.
Hide your bottles.
Lie to others or hide your drinking habits.
Have friends or family members who are worried about your drinking.
Need to drink in order to relax or feel better about life.
“Black out” or forget what you did while you were drinking.
Repeated legal issues due to your drinking habit.
Regularly drink more than you intended to.
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Sings and Symptoms
Shakiness or trembling.
Nausea and vomiting. ex: vomiting blood.
Swelling of the hands and feet
Dark black bowel movement
Anxiety or jumpiness
Loss of appetite
Avoid/Watch out for
Cough syrups that contain alcohol.
Helping a loved one with alcohol abuse.
You cannot force someone you love to stop abusing alcohol.The choice is
up to them.
Don’t expect the person to stop drinking and stay sober without help.
The person is going to need alot of support.
Recovery is an ongoing process.There will be many ups and down during
the recovery time. Time, patience and facing the problems that led to
the alcohol abuse in the first place will be needed.
Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day.
Drink a few cups of camomile tea throughout the day.
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Camomile-in any form: it is a good sedative and calming herb for the
digestive system, also good for children teething and easing colic.
Good for insomnia
, skin conditions
Ginger root-It helps reduce nausea good for morning sickness, calms
m, reduce gas and indigestion. Ideal for colds and
chills or as a circulatory stimulant.
kudzu capsule-500-1500 mg daily
Milk thistle(silymarin)-capsules: 140 mg, one to three times daily.
Turmeric-as directed on label.
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