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Female gender alcoholism

Female gender alcoholism must stop. Women are more vulnerable to drugs and alcohol and preventing usage is the best

Female gender alcoholism: Drug addiction and social stigma

Alcohol consumption has been associated with men in most cases. Women were not in the beginning so much into alcohol and any who was using alcohol was seen as a taboo in many communities. That was then but currently, a lot has changed and women are today are using this substance freely. Because of this female gender alcoholism has increased over time. And as a result of this, a lot of stigmatization and discrimination has taken root among alcohol users.  Stigma can be very demeaning and causes loss of self-esteem. This can be avoided if all factors leading to alcoholism are addressed appropriately and in good time. If therefore you are drinking, stigma or no stigma, alcohol consumption is a health hazard and the sooner a remedial action is taken the better. You can always consult with experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the leadership of doctor Dalal Akoury and she will be able to effectively and professionally help you go through your recovery program.

Female gender alcoholism: The fading social stigma escalating addiction

Like I had indicated that because of the women alcohol addiction and how it was being stigmatized in the past, women were not so much into drinking. During this period a lot of drug and alcohol abuse related complications were not so common with the female gender. Men were the biggest casualties but this is now changing. Because of fading stigma young women are now binge drinking hence the increase of health complications that come with alcohol abuse. This has further been established by the research findings according to the data from a survey of some 18000 college students across the US. From this study, it was established that one in every three female students are seriously into binge drinking. In other words, they are consuming four or more drinks in a row and in very quick succession. These are not very good statistics especially considering the serious prevalence of alcohol addiction in our societies today. In that same study, it was also established that between the years1993-2001, the rate of binge drinking female students was more than doubled. From the study, it was further frustrating that even though male students were more dependent on alcohol, it was surprising that more than half of the women students were actually abusing alcohol.

Finally, doctor Akoury registers that these trends are very disturbing, given that binge drinking not only carries health risks for both men and women but also increases the chance of unwanted and unplanned sexual activity. Because of this women risk becoming pregnant and both genders risk contracting a sexually transmitted infection STI. All these can be avoided if we chose to have sobriety and not come close to the bottle. How can you do that? Take a moment and talk to doctor Dalal Akoury today and you will be free from alcoholism in a record time.

Female gender alcoholism: Drug addiction and social stigma

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