What is alcoholism?

Liquor abuse, presently known as liquor use issue, is a condition where an individual has a longing or physical need to devour liquor, despite the fact that it negatively affects their life.

Previously, an individual with this condition was alluded to as a “heavy drinker.” However, this is progressively observed as an unhelpful and negative mark. Wellbeing experts presently state that an individual has a liquor use issue (AUD).

As indicated by the National Institute of Health (NIH), in 2015, 15.1 million American grown-ups (6.2 percent of the populace) had a liquor use issue.

As indicated by the World Health Organization (WHO), all around, 3.3 million passings consistently result from the destructive utilization of liquor.

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