Alcohol addiction may be present when one is seen as sweating, nauseous, shaky, or mentally unstable when not able to obtain an intoxicating liquid substance. The more one drinks the higher doses will be needed for someone addicted to feel that 'high', or 'buzz'. Drinking can potentially ruin your families, friends, and your own life. Drinking is a risk which you must be able to keep under control and moderate from time to time. Many health problems are associated with excessive alcohol consumption such as cancer, heart disease, brain damage, and liver disease. Excessive consumption of alcohol leads to brain cell loss, and may disturb brain processes necessary to retrieve and process normal day thoughts and information. Large consumption may cut off or shorten the oxygen supply and cause a blackout. Abusers may suffer from bone weakness and immune deficiencies. Most victims of alcohol are very defensive about their habits. They hate hearing anything pertaining to it, and most of all they try so hard to convince themselves that there is absolutely nothing wrong with what kind of habit their falling into. In fact, many victims are very secretive about their drunken nature that they regularly disguise their appearance and interactions with others. Psychological and physical harm is being done every second they are not looking for a solution to settle the addiction.
Alcohol withdrawal, or an abrupt stop of alcohol consumption can completely remove a balance of alcohol which replaced a once present neuroinhibitor syncope. Both are now gone and the body may act uncontrollably, resulting in many synapses. This may lead to hallucinations, convulsions, heart failure, seizures; all of which is known as the 'jitterbugs'. 'Jitterbugs is known as an acute episode of delirium that is usually caused by withdrawal from alcohol, first described in 1813'. Treatment is quite varied as there are many different perspectives for the condition. A common treatment however, would be to discontinue ones alcohol supply while reinstating social connections to keep there mind intact and on track. After alcohol consumption has been discontinued psychological interferences can be dealt with by attending 'group sessions' and or psychotherapy. Another way one might face the issue is to take medication to ease the issue into complete sobriety. As a side note, you want to be sure to keep your metabolic system intact in order to eliminate unstable behavior, which is preventable.
A New Zealand study concluded that your risk of major depression increases steadily as a result of alcohol consumption, not the other way around. Intoxicating liquors may trigger genetic makeup that clinches the body into needing something it shouldn't. Alcohol affects the mind, body, and soul which clearly means you should steer clear of it or use it in moderation in order to prevent this from happening to you. Remember, if your going to drink, be smart. Don't drink and drive, ALWAYS be in control.