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    Not all alcohol drinkers become full-blown alcoholics, but it is a huge risk factor. Alcoholism (alcohol addiction) and alcohol abuse are two different forms of problem drinking.

    Alcoholism is when you have signs of physical dependence to alcohol and continues to drink, despite problems with mental and physical health. It's a drinking problem. Alcohol abuse is when your drinking leads to problems, but not physical addiction. It's more frequent than alcoholism.

    If you’re a weekend drinker or you drink every day, the risks of developing alcoholism problem are greater. Many of us ask ourself occasionaly a question: "Do I have drinking problem?"

    Some national groups, such as American Indians and Native Alaskans, are more at risk than others of developing alcohol addiction because lack of enzyme that could manage alcohol. Moderate alcohol consumption will not generally cause any psychological or physical harm.

    Read what are the risks and what are the treatments of alcohol addicton.

Driving on alcohol

Driving on alcohol

drunk driving

Drunk driving is a big risk and drivers with high blood alcohol content or concentration (BAC) are at highly increased risk of car accidents, highway injuries and car deaths. Don't drink and drive and don't ride with anyone who is drunk because usually themselves and their passengers who are injured by drunk drivers. The risk of car accident for high BAC drivers is dramatically higher than for a sober driver.
Do I have drinking problem?

Do I have drinking problem?

Simple questions that could help

Does getting drunk once or a few times mean you have drinking problem? Maybe, because people who have a family history of alcoholism are more likely to develop alcoholism. We suppose that you're reading this questions because you think that you or someone you know may have an alcohol problem.
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