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Do alcoholics drink every day

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Asked: 2018-10-01 13:25:56



Answered: 2018-10-23 10:39:54

In the early stages of alcoholism its possible that youre not drinking every day. This is why people think they have it under control. You will be thinking about drinking quite often, and you may struggle to control yourself when you do start drinking, but because youre still holding down a job and a normal life, you may not yet recognize that you have a problem.


Answered: 2018-10-14 00:33:14

Not necessarily. When people are in the later stages of the disease, then drinking daily becomes almost a necessity to stave off the symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. But in the first couple of stages, people can manage to not have a drink every day, they just may think about it more than the average person, and think about where it is coming from. So, just because youre not drinking every day, doesnt mean youre not an alcoholic. If you think you might have a problem, you probably do.


Answered: 2018-10-03 13:40:31

Do alcoholics drink everyday... seemingly yes they do. Actual alcoholics are driven by will power and lots of it. Im saying this because even if alcoholic, a person can at times stop drinking for a long length of time and remain alcoholic.


Answered: 2018-10-03 07:20:55

Stereotypically alcoholics do drink everyday, but you must understand that there are always exceptions to the rule.


Answered: 2018-10-18 09:37:23

If a person is drinking every day, then they are probably in the later stages of alcoholism, and they have to drink simply to stop from getting sick (since alcohol withdrawal can make you very ill indeed). But if alcohol is causing any problems in life such as with work, at home or in friendships, then there is cause for concern. Just href="https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/alcohol-health/overview-alcohol-consumption/alcohol-facts-and-statistics" in the US, so whilst not uncommon, its one of the most likely preventable causes of death in the country.

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