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Typical Alcoholic Behaviors
By: Dr Ryan J

We all know someone who loves drinking and cannot control their drinking habit, and sometimes after repeated attempts to stop, the alcoholic is successful and can control the urge to drink.

Below is some of the classic alcoholic behaviors in the first stage of alcoholism.

According to various reliable sources, the person's drinking is no longer just social because it has eventually become a means to escape work-related stress, relationship issues, inhibitions, and life's problems in general.

Early into the development stage of the disease of alcoholism, the person stars to depend on the feeling that results from drinking. Tolerance level for alcohol also gradually increases requiring larger amounts in order to reach the desired level of intoxication.

Some of the early, classic alcoholic behaviors are lack of recognition by the person that he or she is in the early stages of alcoholism, as exhibited by frequent drinking of increasing amounts, huge tolerance, boasting, an ability to drink huge amounts of alcohol, and behavioral changes including irritability when unable to drink.
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Once a conflict surfaces the alcoholic always try to deny there is a problem as he or she begins to experience physical symptoms including stomach upset, vomiting, hand tremors, hangovers, and blackouts.

Problems begin to arise in all aspects of an alcoholic's life, and instead of facing on the real root cause, alcohol; they begin to blame everyone and everything around them. Now the alcoholic is drinking not for stress relief, but because of the dependence.

The next obstacles is usually marital difficulties, work-related issues, health problems, and financial difficulties.

Things that were once of great of importance to the alcoholic are now often neglected, aggressive and grandiose alcoholic behaviors prevail, avoidance of family and friends increases, violent or destructive behaviors occur, poor nutritional habits and poor sleep pattern, unreasonable resentments, and increasing physical symptoms.

The most profound of the classic alcoholic behaviors happen during the last stage of the disease.

Even though the alcoholic may have successfully held down a job, was a "functional" alcoholic, has now loss all control.

Drinking now takes place during the day, starting out with an "eye opener" before work, and slow progressing throughout the day.

The job is lost as the alcoholic has total disregard for everything that they once held sacred to their heart; job, family, home, and food take the back seat to drinking.

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