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Do you love a drink from time to time? A lot of us do, often when socializing with acquaintances and loved ones. Drinking may be beneficial or harmful, depending upon your age and health status, and, naturally, how much you drink.

Alcohol addiction is something that can't be formed in simple terms. Alcohol addiction in general refers to the condition that is an obsession to continue drinking even if it harms health. Alcoholism means you don’t have any control over intake despite being well aware of the damaging consequences.

An alcoholic individual drinks even if he happens to get into alcohol related troubles like drunk driving, losing his job, etcetera.

Not everyone who takes in alcohol is an alcoholic. An individual who takes in alcohol in controlled quantities and is able to say no when he doesn't want to drink isn't termed alcohol-dependent. He or she is simply a social drinker.

For anybody who drinks, this book offers valuable, research-based info. What do you think of taking a look at your drinking habits and how they might affect your health? This can help you get started.

Alcohol-No-More

Finally Free Yourself from Alcoholic Waste and Live a Healthy Life



Chapter 1:

The Basics on Alcohol Use


Do you realize that national surveys have suggested that nearly fourteen-million Americans, that's one in thirteen grownups, abuse alcohol or are alcoholic? For many adults, moderate alcohol use (1-2 drinks daily for men and 1 drink daily for women and elderly) isn't harmful.

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