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Alcohol Addiction Progression

Alcohol addiction can actually begin before the alcohol consumption commences if an individual has perceptions and attitudes consistent with those that addicts traditionally exhibit.
Alcoholism Stage 2: Initial Use
Stage two can include the experimental usage of alcohol, irregular use, or irregular binge alcohol consumption (i.e., once or twice a year). Initial use of alcohol may not be a concern for the user or those persons who are close to the user. Periodic drinking may well cause troubles while the user is intoxicated or the next day, she or he has not reached the stage of addiction.
Alcoholism Stage 3: Significant Risk Use
Significant risk describes an abundance of alcohol consumption, and poor choices made when drunk. At this stage, the pattern and frequency of alcohol abuse is high enough to be damaging for the drinker and those around him or her.
Alcoholism Stage 4: Problematic Use
Problematic usage of alcohol occurs when the adverse consequences of alcohol consumption becomes evident. Health concerns become problems, including damaged liver function and/or STDs (sexual transmitted diseases).
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Alcoholism Stage 5: Early Stage of Dependence
The early stage of alcohol dependence is characterized by noticeable problems. The drinker starts to miss work, starts arguments with family members and good friends while intoxicated. The alcoholic will choose to drink despite negative consequences. At this point, alcohol rehab is highly effective.
Alcoholism Stage 6: Middle Stage of Dependency
During the middle stage of alcoholism, adverse consequences begin to intensify. The user loses his or her job due to too many missed days at work.
Alcoholism Stage 7: Crisis Stage of Dependency
Serious physical health problems become issues. This stage frequently results in alcohol-related deaths for the users if they do not enter alcohol rehabilitation.
Stage two can include the experimental usage of alcohol, occasional use, or irregular binge alcohol consumption (i.e., once or twice a year). Original usage of alcohol may well not yet be a problem for the user or those people who are close to the user. Problematic use of alcohol happens when the negative consequences of drinking becomes evident. The early stage of alcohol dependence is characterized by obvious issues. At this point, alcohol rehab is most effective.
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