Alcohol affects different people in different ways. Some people may enjoy some wine with food while others drink moderately in social settings. However if you are caught drinking alcohol more often and are unable to control your consumption Then that could be a dangerous sign because it would mean that you are leading yourself to alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse can lead to risky behaviour and poor judgment. It may make a person want alcohol or not be able to get through their day.

Here are some of the symptoms of alcohol abuse:

  •  Slurred speech or difficulty in speaking can be a sign of alcohol
  • Your reflexes could also slow down because of high concentration of alcohol in your blood
  • Your ability to control the movements of your body can also become  less
  • You could also notice your decision making abilities becoming poor
  • You could also be indulging in some risky behaviour
  • You may have caught yourself in between a blackout

Other symptoms of an alcohol abuse could include

  • a craving to drink alcohol
  • not being able to control your cravings
  • not being able to stop yourself from drinking
  • an-exceeding tolerance for alcohol
  • lying just to be able to drink
  • not  being able to go through the daily activities of your life without drinking
  • trying to drink without letting others know

People who are at a higher risk of alcohol abuse are:

  • people who are depressed and think of themselves as if they are alone
  • people who are dealing with loneliness
  • people who are going through psychological stress and emotional stress
  • people who have nothing to do and are bored

Alcohol abuse maybe a diagnosable condition when it begins to impact relationships or cause harm or injury and starts to have a negative effect on the quality of life of the person. There are a lot of complications when it comes to dealing with person having alcohol abuse. A person with alcohol abuse needs to acknowledge their problem because without their acknowledgement the problem cannot be solved and neither can treatment be introduced. There are many short and long term problems that can come with alcohol abuse such as poisoning due to alcohol,

Liver damage or even sexual abuse

A person trying to quit alcohol also suffers from withdrawal symptoms.

These symptoms include:

  • Feeling nauseous
  • A feeling of your body shaking
  • Feeling sweaty
  • Feeling irritated
  • Feeling a sense of anxiety
  • Having seizures
  • Experiencing hallucinations
  • Suffering from chills and fever
  • An extreme case of vomiting

An alcohol abuse can lead to very bad hangovers. A hangover can spoil many of your plans and ruin a lot of things for you. Though it is not a good think to be under the influence of alcohol you might want to seek out a way to help you get through a day when you are really hangover without having to spoil the plans that are ahead of you. Intravenous treatment in IVs in the Keys is just the right rescue for you to get over your hangover real quick.