By Ph.D. Joseph Nowinski PhD, M.D. Robert Doyle MD
Identifies "almost alcoholics"--those whose over the top ingesting contributes to difficulties of their lives--and is helping readers enhance recommendations and targets for proscribing alcohol use and making knowledgeable judgements approximately attainable remedy.
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And for Maggie, Becca, and Greg from J. N. contents Series Foreword: The Almost Effect Acknowledgments Introduction: Normal and Abnormal Drinking Part 1: Understanding the Almost Alcoholic Chapter 1: What Is Almost Alcoholic? Chapter 2: Becoming an Almost Alcoholic Chapter 3: Your Relationship with Alcohol Chapter 4: Making the Decision to Change Part 2: Solutions for the Almost Alcoholic Chapter 5: Looking at the Man (or Woman) in the Mirror Chapter 6: Building a Support System Chapter 7: Changing Routines Chapter 8: Developing Refusal Skills Chapter 9: Coping with Loneliness and Boredom Chapter 10: Coping with Anger, Resentment, and Stress Chapter 11: Overcoming Shame and Guilt Chapter 12: When Self-Help Isn’t Enough: Other Drugs and Other Disorders Chapter 13: Is Abstinence the Better Choice?
The doctor said she would consider that, but first she wanted Jen to talk with a counselor. Jen is a good example of this large group of people whom we have come to know well in our offices, people whose drinking emerges as a factor in their presenting problems. She did not make an appointment with a counselor because she was worried about her drinking. Neither had Dan made any connection between his wife’s sleep problem, fatigue, and lack of interest in sex with her drinking (at least not so far).
Young adults, both male and female, are especially likely to binge drink. For some of these youths, such drinking may lead to other serious problems. For example, some studies have shown that a region in the brain associated with learning and memory—the hippocampus—is smaller in people who began drinking as adolescents. ” Not every college student binge drinks, but this behavior tends to be fairly widespread and relatively tolerated by peers on college campuses. It is not uncommon for students to get drunk to the point of passing out.
Almost Alcoholic: Is My by Ph.D. Joseph Nowinski PhD, M.D. Robert Doyle MD