Alcohol abuse, which can progress to alcohol use disorder, is the desire for alcohol and the continuation of drinking even when faced with alcohol-related job, legal, social, health, or family problems. In alcohol use disorder, the individual is physically dependent on the effects of alcohol to avoid symptoms of withdrawal. More
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Living With Alcohol Use Disorder
Preventing Alcohol Use Disorder
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