By Keith Jones; (ed.)
Alcoholism Sourcebook presents whole information on alcoholism between all age teams, describing its results, incorporating new experiences on alcoholism's restoration and therapies, and together with a thesaurus of phrases novices to the subject will locate precious.
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Behaviors and symptoms that signal the development of a behavioral disorder often manifest two to four years before a disorder is present. In addition, people with a mental health issue are more likely to use alcohol or drugs than those not affected by a mental illness. If communities and families can intervene early, behavioral health disorders might be prevented, or symptoms can be mitigated. Data has shown that early intervention following the first episode of a serious mental illness can make an impact.
Genes are not the only things children inherit from their parents. How parents act and how they treat each other and their children has an influence on children growing up in the family. These aspects of family life also affect the risk for alcoholism. Researchers believe Text in this chapter is excerpted from “A Family History of Alcoholism,” National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), June 2012. 23 Alcoholism Sourcebook, Fourth Edition a person’s risk increases if he or she is in a family with the following difficulties: • an alcoholic parent is depressed or has other psychological problems; • both parents abuse alcohol and other drugs; • the parents’ alcohol abuse is severe; and • conflicts lead to aggression and violence in the family.
2), compounding the problem and putting the body at even greater risk for harm. Ongoing stress, or chronic, heavy alcohol use, may impair the body’s ability to return to its initial balance point. Instead, the body seeks to achieve a new set point (a process known as allostasis) of physiological functioning. This is important because establishing the new balance point places a cost on the body in terms of wear and tear, and may increase the risk of serious disease, including alcohol use disorders.
Alcoholism Sourcebook by Keith Jones; (ed.)