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Alcohol dependence, alcoholism, alcohol abuse, alcohol addiction – There are several terms used to describe an individual’s addiction to alcohol. However, no matter the amount of terms used to describe alcohol addiction, most experts agree that alcoholism is a disease that is mainly characterized by an individual’s loss of control over drinking, a preoccupation with alcohol and continued use of alcohol despite negative consequences.

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According to NESARC (the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions), 8.5 percent of adults in the United States met the criteria for alcohol use disorder. In addition, research has established that some of the risk for addiction to alcohol is inherited. Children of alcoholics are 50 to 60 percent more likely to develop alcohol use disorders than people in the general population. This suggests that some of the risk factors for alcohol and other drug use are rooted in genetics.

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