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End-Stage Alcoholism: Signs, Symptoms, Management

The transition from early to chronic alcoholism is marked by a shift from voluntary to compulsive drinking habits, often leading to significant physical, psychological, and social consequences. This suggests a potential resilience to long-term effects compared to adults. Alcohol addiction treatment is multifaceted, combining medical, psychological, and social support strategies to help individuals recover from

What are the Five Types of Alcoholism?

Isopropanol (or isopropyl alcohol) is the chemical name for rubbing alcohol, which we use for cleaning and disinfecting. Both methanol and isopropanol are poisonous to humans because our bodies metabolize them as toxic substances which cause liver failure. Drinking even a small amount of methanol or rubbing alcohol can be fatal. Typically, this type of