Alcoholism is a disease of the mind, body and spirit. Genetics and familial predisposition play a factor. There is a one in two chance of an individual becoming an alcohol/addict in such families. There is a one in four likelihood for the rest of the population. There is a fine line between substance abuse to dependency. It is what is called a “slippery slope.
The disease of addiction follows a progression, a crucial phase and a chronic phase.
In the progression stage there are signs and symptoms of:
Prior to the alcoholic/addict reaching out for help, they may need to follow this path to the point of “hitting a bottom”.
Each person’s bottom may be different.
A DUI to alcohol poisoning to a drug overdose.
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