The doctor named the signs that a person is on the verge of alcoholism

According to NHS GP Dave Nichols, there are signs that indicate a person is on the verge of alcoholism.

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  • drinks every day, but does not admit it. He will convince everyone, and first of all himself, that he drinks in moderation
  • he gets very animated when it comes to drinking, even if he was in a bad mood before.
  • drinks alcohol throughout the day, may start in the morning
  • gets irritated when others don’t drink
  • drinks more than the recommended amount.
  • Alcohol is a psychoactive substance that can have a major impact on health and well-being.

    Drinking alcohol sooner or later leads to serious damage to organs such as the liver, kidneys, heart and brain. It causes cirrhosis of the liver, alcoholic cardiomyopathy, and increases the risk of developing various types of cancer.

    Alcohol causes serious damage to the brain. Chronic use can cause problems with memory, concentration, coordination of movements and even lead to the development of alcoholic dementia.

    Alcohol causes physical and psychological dependence. Abuse of it can aggravate or cause mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.

    Alcohol consumption can increase blood pressure, increasing the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases such as stroke, myocardial infarction and arrhythmia.
    < br>It negatively affects your appearance and figure. Skin problems appear, including acne and premature aging. Contains a lot of empty calories, which can lead to excess weight and obesity.

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    Important !The information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.