Alcoholism is a phenomenon that is characterized by a strong mental and physical dependence on alcohol intake.
Слайд 3: Signs of alcohol addiction 1. The complete absence of an emetic reaction to the intake of a large amount of alcohol; 2. Loss of control over the amount of alcohol consumed; 3. Partial amnesia; 4. The presence of the syndrome (physical and mental disorders that develop in a patient after stopping alcohol intake or reducing its dose)
Слайд 4: Consequences of exposure to alcohol: 1. alcoholism disease; 2. memory failures; 3. cirrhosis of the liver; 4. impaired brain function; 5. violation of the nervous system; 6. cardiovascular diseases; 7. disruption of the digestive system and other systems; 8. reduced life expectancy; 9. coma ; 10. death (as a result of accidents, from excess alcohol)
2. Rehabilitation. The removal of toxins does not eliminate addiction. Having facilitated the physiological state of the patient, one cannot stop - it is necessary to overcome his psychological craving for alcohol. This problem is solved using outpatient or inpatient rehabilitation programs. 3. Postrehabilitation support. Whatever procedures are carried out in stationary conditions, a return to normal life is fraught with failure. To avoid this, the patient should visit post-rehabilitation groups in which they are taught to control their behavior even in stressful situations.