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Insidious nature of alcohol.

Since the early childhood we are inculcated with the norms, principals and laws of life. We are thought the basics of ‘DOs’ and ‘DO NOTs’. We are moralized, normalized, socialized. We learn to differentiate between ‘good’ and ‘bad’. Still, unfortunately the theory is not always reflectively applicable on practice. On our way we might meet hindrances to stumble over and thereafter be led astray. One of such spokes in one’s wheel is an acute issue of alcohol drinking. This burning ‘substance’ can get a dual response. For some in their world perception picture drinking is not a gloomy and dark color. Rather, their life canvas is brightened and vivified.

Here, another point arises – the limit. Is it excessive to share a glass of wine at a family table or a bottle of beer in front of a TV screen while enjoying a football match? These and other questions concerned with alcohol beverages can evoke hot discussions. Still, notwithstanding pros and cons, there are some commonsense and reasonable standpoints on the matter. Presumably a glass of wine in a friend’s company at the end of a working or studying week now and then can’t be considered heavy drinking as compared to a regularly repeated vomiting ending of a party. Such cases of fuddling oneself which at first time seem to be just ‘relaxation’ can very quickly acquire the scale of alcohol abuse problem. So, what is heavy drinking, alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence? In my opinion, the problem starts with heavy drinking, when a person doesn’t see the limits of alcohol consumption. Hence, large quantities of beverages consumed in effect lead to alcohol abuse – the habit to drink constantly without even noticing the fact. Gradually a person becomes alcohol addicted and dependant, the latter meaning the organism insistently requiring another dose of poisonous ‘evil’. Here comes the addiction, when inside the brain take place some chemical processes which change the brain control mechanism and therefore the barrier refuses to counteract alcohol intake. Thus, we deal not only with the uncontrollable person’s behavior, but also with the difficult psychological problem. Indeed, harmless and non-hazardous drink as it may seem turns into poison for the alcohol dependant person. Actually, in the blink of your eye the situation can appear to be disagreeable to the extent that you have sunk into the mire of alcohol dependence.

It is really hard to figure out where and when the line is crossed giving a range of factors such as genetic predisposition, a family you were raised in,  socially-related aspects, etc. which may precondition, stipulate, provoke and severely affect each particular case. Indeed, drinking has a delicate balance. Queerly and oddly may sound the fact that 30 grams of alcohol consumption per day have the power of preventive measures to lessen and mitigate the ischemic stroke possibility, as the medical regular research data claim. Moreover, the alcohol addicted people are not the only dependant participants of the morass. Even our nearest and dearest can overlook the moment when an enjoyable glass of wine happened to turn into the alcohol sea of trouble. Thereby, they become involuntarily entangled in the ‘life buoy and life boat’ seeking process. Such a ‘life boat’ for ‘drowners’ is not a myth altogether. Special institutions such as Alcoholics Anonymous are called for to extend a helping hand to those in need. Their mechanism of active help provision is based on the very first step towards the recovery. First is the acceptance of the problem, not denial. All the other steps seem to function as derivatives of the conscience, the most striking and astounding human’s brain instrument. To my way of thinking, the one in trouble must not be neglectful of a chance to get back to a normal life stream with the assistance of Alcoholics Anonymous only on the grounds of personal disdain or unlucky treatment cases.  I believe the first and foremost of the curing factors is one’s inner will healing power rather than other circumstances that can put one back on the right track. 

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