The modern disease theory of alcoholism states that problem drinking is
sometimes caused by ..... Significantly, only 12 percent of doctors considered
alcoholism to be 100 percent a disease. Another...
As alcoholism is an addiction, it is considered a disease of the brain. The brain
has been physically altered by extended exposure to alcohol, causing it to ...
If people die of alcoholism, how can it be considered a mental illness? ... They do
, so alcohol combines the elements of both mental illness and physical disease.
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Alcoholism is a chemical/biological disease that is primary, progressive, ... It is
progressive since it always gets worse over any considered period of time.
Treating Alcoholism ... and other drug disorders (AODD); disease theory of
alcohol and other drug use (AODU); .... although they should not be considered.
Aug 30, 2012 ... I would say that alcoholism CAN be a disease if the excessive use of it is brought
on ... I guess it should be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Why is alcohol and drug addiction considered a brain disease? 30 years ago, the
scientific and medical communities didn't know as much about addiction and ...
Alcoholism is not a disease. The Saint Jude Retreats is the most successful
alternative to Drug Rehab and Alcohol Rehab Centers available today. America's
What does support the concept of alcoholism as a disease? ... has traditionally
been considered to be environmentally determined-personality style (or disorder)
Every time you abuse alcohol, you'll strengthen the wiring associated with
drinking, and you'll chase that buzz even more. The more you chase the effect of