Dealcoholism, Biology

DEALCOHOLISM -

  1. Treatment of alcoholism or withdrawal symptoms of alcohol is known as dealcoholism.
  2. Recovery from alcohol dependence is greatly aided by sociobehavioural counseling.
  3. Withdrawal symptoms include insomnia (inability to sleep), involuntary trembling.
  4. Diazepam is used for treating the withdrawal symptoms of alcohol.
  5. An aversion therapy is used in the treatment of chronic alcoholism an oxident disulfigram is given to alcoholic it blocks metabolism of alcohol at the acetaldehyde stage .
  6. An organization named AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) offers free support to the alcoholics who leave drinking.
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