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    • GROUP NUMBER 8COURSE : MEDICAL ENGLISHTEACHER : Dra. ROSA GONZÁLES LLONTOPTOPIC : CAUSES OF ALCOHOLISMINTEGRANTS :  ARBOLEDA DÍAZ OSCAR ENRIQUE  BECERRA SILVA FRANK YOWERI  CARRASCO HERRERA DENNIS  MENDOZA HERNANDEZ ALEX  PISCOYA TENORIO JORGE LUIS  TINEO TINEO DENNY CICLE : 2011-I
    • LAMBAYEQUE, PERÚ OCTOBER 2011 CAUSES OF ALCOHOLISMNo definite cause of alcoholism, but there are factors that mayplay a role in its development. More likely the triggering of analcohol in people with a family memberother than alcohol thatdonot. There is no known reason, which can be found ingenetic orbiochemical abnormalities.Among the psychological factors that lead toalcoholism include: the need for anxietyrelief, conflictsin relationships, low self-esteem, etc. ....Social factors influencing the occurrence of alcoholism are: ease of use of alcohol, socialacceptance of alcohol consumption, lifestyles, stress, etc. ....The incidence of alcohol dependence is increasing. Statistics vary, but approximately7% of adults in Europe are affected.As has been said in the preceding paragraphs, the causes of alcoholism arenumerous, among which we highlight the following:  INHERITANCE: it seems that there is some genetic predisposition to fall into alcoholism. This does not justify all cases. There are also heavy drinkers whose ancestors have been abstinent or vice versa.  EDUCATION: education seems to play an important legacy in May that thedevelopment of alcoholism. The lack of certain patterns in the home can lead to misuse of alcohol. It is more normal for a person to develop a fondness for a drink when a young man sees that the people around him were usually.  AS A WAY TO CONNECT WITH OTHERS: Alcohol is the drug most used. Its use is encouraged in the society continuously. Advertised on television appears related to after lifestyle and happy. Drinking is common in the most important moments of life,most prominent during the celebrations of the year, and so on. This makes the
    • individual feel attracted to this type of drug. For no different from others, may have the urge to drink. It is very difficult requires a personal effort not to drink when mostpeople do. It is ironic as one of the worst drugs there are so socially valued.  PERSONAL PROBLEMS TO OVERCOME: Alcohol is the drug most used. Its useis encouraged in the society continuously. Advertised on television appears related to a freer lifestyle and happy. Drinking is common in the most important moments of life,most prominent during the celebrations of the year, and so on. This makes the individual feel attracted to this type of drug or simply take to permeate the group and not different from others. It is very difficult and requires a personal effort not to drink when most people do. It is ironic as one of the worst drugs there are so socially valued. Also turn to alcohol to forget their troubles, either by depression caused by differentcauses, such as a family feud, abandonment by parents and / or children, as well asproblems at work, studies or with your partner.TYPES OF DRINKERS:There are different types of drinkers, we could fall intofour different classes:  Moderate Drinker: regular intake of different alcoholic drinks ¾ gallons per day.  Regular Drinker: All social life is centered on alcohol. do not eat for pleasure, but because he apparently brings a sense of security, value or pleasure. At first, the intake is circumstantial, and can stop drinking. Over time, establishing the habit.  Alcohol: characterized by alcohol dependence, both physically and mentally, and the inability to stop or abstain. WHY YOUNG DRUNK?Adolescence is a particularly vulnerable moment in the life of aperson, being a time of "transition" between the loss of parentsas primary educators and the search or the meeting ofnew figures, desires and feelings. All this also adds aconfrontation with a world that is increasingly becoming morecomplex fare.
    • For teens, alcohol is a "quitapenas" that will bypass the limits imposed by reality andentera world that offered better conditions of sensation.It is possible that in our present culture, alcohol plays some role in this regard toteenagers as "Its been great" to be "drinking alcohol" or for being drunk. On theotherhand, the alcohol "loosens the tongue" and "gives encouragement" to "deal"the firstgame of seduction.Alcohol is a socially accepted drug, as we have said elsewhere, and this drug would, fromthe consideration of youth, strength and courage for the first sexual encountersas desiredand dreaded. Then, armed with a scenario: a nightclub, a mountain, or into any parkor place to do the so-called "bottle" in which to drink in order to, throughthis act, be in astate of drunkenness or intoxication, feel great and think they are doing things for adults.In conclusion,WHAT TO INDUCE MAINLY ALCOCHOL YOUNG PEOPLE TO USE?The most widely shared belief among different groups of adolescents and youth, has todo with the association, in his opinion, between the consumption of alcohol and "positiveconsequences" that provides. These include, as they indicate an enhancement of psycho-physical activity (joy, elation, overcoming shyness andwithdrawal, mood improvement,etc.), public entertainment and integration within the group of friends wherethe most consume. To the extent that alcohol gives young people a series of effects orpositive consequences, and the young areinterpretedas a benefit, these effectsbecome the basis of consumption. Theyouth, as a rule,no alcoholconsumption associated with the problemsthat can bring, they expectpositivechanges overall alcohol (facilitator of emotionalexpressiveness,disinhibiting and supportiveof social relations, etc.), while not believe thatthis substance have negativeeffects, significantly influencing higherconsumption duringthe weekend,where interpersonal relationships are intensified.