Alcohol use and abuse are so serious that neglecting them and not treating them with adequate seriousness may be dangerous. If the habit is not attended to in the initial stages, the use or the abuse has the potential to develop into drug dependence or alcoholism.
Identifying the indicators of drug and alcohol abuse in its initial stage is vital due to this.
If you are concerned over the use of drugs or alcohol yourselves or are witnessing a friend or a family member facing similar situations you should be looking forward to observing some of the warning signs, which have been specified within this discussion and the following symptoms are most commonly associated with alcohol abuse and include temporary blackouts or memory loss.
Unpredictable mood changes, extreme annoyance, extreme feelings of sadness as well as constant quarrelling with loved ones. Dealing with problems, resting, relaxing, becoming merry or trying to feel normal is only possible by the regular consumption of alcohol. Experiencing withdrawal symptoms when you stop drinking such as anxiousness, sleeplessness and nausea.
Damaged capillaries on the face and flushed skin; husky voice; unsteady hands; vomiting blood or black/tarry stools; and constant diarrhea Consuming alcohol in hiding, in a lonely place or early in the morning
The following are some symptoms of addiction: