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Alcohol intoxication causes behavior problems and mental changes. These may include inappropriate behavior, unstable moods, poor judgment, slurred speech, problems with attention or memory, and poor coordination. You can also have periods called "blackouts," where you don't remember events.What are the long-term effects of alcohol use disorder?
Alcohol intoxication induces hormonal disturbances that can disrupt the body’s ability to maintain homeostasis and eventually can result in various disorders, such as cardiovascular diseases, reproductive deficits, immune dysfunction, certain cancers, bone disease, and psychological and behavioral disorders.What are the risks associated with alcohol use disorder?
But it doesn’t come without its dangers. Alcohol use is linked to chronic disease like cancer and diabetes, mental health disorders like depression and anxiety, and risky behaviors like drunk driving and unprotected sex.What are the treatment options for alcohol use disorder?
Treatment can be outpatient and/or inpatient and be provided by specialty programs, therapists, and doctors. Three medications are currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help people stop or reduce their drinking and prevent relapse: naltrexone (oral and long-acting injectable), acamprosate, and disulfiram.