If You Answer ‘Yes’ To Any Of These Questions, You May Be An Alcoholic

Written by Providr Editorial Team
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Consuming alcohol is something that many people enjoy. Whether you like beer, vodka, whisky, or something fruity, there is always something to suit your preference. For most people, drinking on the weekend or having a few beverages throughout the week is pretty standard.

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When a hangover becomes a regular part of your weekend routine, it could be a sign of a larger problem. A statistic claims that one in five Australian adults regularly consume an unhealthy amount of alcohol.

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Chronic alcohol use can cause liver failure, stomach ulcers, bleeding problems, damage nerves, injured brain cells and an increased risk of certain cancers. A question to ask yourself is whether or not you're drinking too much. If you've started the night drinking a little and end up drinking excessively, this could be a problem.

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Or you might have even stopped drinking, but you continue to give into temptation. Another question you might want to ask yourself is if you have ever been frustrated by others criticizing your drinking? Do you avoid people questioning your drinking by just drinking alone?

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Chronic alcohol use can cause liver failure, stomach ulcers, bleeding problems, damage nerves, injured brain cells and an increased risk of certain cancers. A question to ask yourself is whether or not you're drinking too much. If you've started the night drinking a little and end up drinking excessively, this could be a problem.

Or you might have even stopped drinking, but you continue to give into temptation. Another question you might want to ask yourself is if you have ever been frustrated by others criticizing your drinking? Do you avoid people questioning your drinking by just drinking alone?

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