What is alcoholism?
Alcoholism can damage the body and eventually shut down areas of the brain that control basic life support functions such as breathing, heart rate, and temperature control. 5 When you: 6, you are more susceptible to alcoholism
- Carnival drinks – Women drink four or more alcoholic beverages at one time, and men drink more than five alcoholic beverages.
- Drink plenty of alcohol – Women drink 8 or more alcoholic drinks a week, and men drink more than 15 alcoholic beverages.
- Drinking during pregnancy – Drinking during pregnancy is not safe to drink because it is possible to transmit alcohol toxicity to unborn children through the placenta, which can cause serious damage at any stage of pregnancy.
- Drinking under the age of 21 – Underage drinkers are more susceptible to alcoholism because studies have shown that they usually drink about five drinks a day.
6 symptoms of alcoholism:
Alcoholism is accompanied by very serious health penalties, which is why it is important to understand these symptoms. Here are some of the most common symptoms of alcoholism:
- Loss of coordination
- The hands are cold, cold and cold, and the skin is blue due to low body temperature
- Repeated and/or uncontrolled vomiting
- Irregular or slow breathing (less than 8 breaths per minute or less than 10 seconds of breathing)
- confused, unconscious, comatose (conscious but unresponsive), sometimes coma
If you notice any of the above symptoms, get medical attention immediately.