Effects of Alcohol Abuse
Alcohol abuse is a chronic disease in which a person becomes highly dependent on alcohol intake. Excessive alcohol intake results in intoxication which affects a person’s senses and cognitive functions. A person under the influence of alcohol cannot judge, he cannot work, his speech becomes slurred and he is likely to behave in a weird manner. Alcohol dependence is a disease and also a way for some people to escape from core responsibilities. The reason of chronic alcohol dependence can be sheer family or environmental pressure. A person may have conflicts of relationship with his family members or colleagues in the office and that results in alcohol abuse. Under the influence of alcohol a person remains in a state of trance and forgets everything including stressful events of life. In order to avoid chronic stress a person starts depending on alcohol.