By Andrew Dana Allen
"What is alcoholism?" Alcoholism itself is a chronic illness that is characterized by the habitual consumption of alcohol to a degree that interferes with physical, mental and social health. Alcohol is a depressant that will release feelings of guilt, anxiety and remorse if taken in heavy quantities. It will impair your motor skills slowing both your alertness and awareness that can lead to many accidents.
"What are the facts about
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with new research studies coming out that will disprove the theories on dopamine in one way or another. However, now that evidence exists it will no longer be ignored. In previous years alcoholism was brushed aside, considered to be a private issue. It is obvious that a solution must be found to a problem that is being dealt with by people who simply do not have the ability to control their desire for alcohol consumption.