Tag: alcohol abuse
This infographic by Clarity Way was created to raise awareness to the disease of alcoholism. Alcoholism has a negative stigma attached to it, when in reality almost anyone is at risk of becoming an alcoholic. In order to better understand this disease they’ve split alcoholism into two categories: hereditary alcoholism vs environmental alcoholism. The ultimate goal of this infographic is to educate the public and give people suffering from this disease the courage to ask for help.
Addiction is a problem that has touched many people, whether through their own experience or a loved one’s. 9 out of 10 addicts who try to recover need a professional addiction facility in order to stay sober. In the following infographic by iAddiction.com, Learn about the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse in order to determine if you or a loved one is in need of help.
In 2010, about 10% of men and 3% of women reported heavy alcohol use. Alcohol dependency is every bit as destructive as drug abuse, but with alcohol rehab, drinking problems can be put to rest. Check out this infographic from an Astoria Pointer to see some of the problems alcohol abuse can create.
Alcohol is a widely abused substance. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2010, 15.0 million people abused or had a dependence on alcohol. Many people are addicted to alcohol; however, the amount of people that actually receive treatment for alcoholism is not high. The following infographic by Recovery Connection presents some interesting facts on alcohol.
Nearly 17.6 million Americans are alcoholics or have alcohol problems. The effects of alcohol abuse are wide-reaching, from health and safety to economic productivity – to death from abuse or drunk driving. This infographic, published by Screening for Mental Health, covers useful information on alcohol abuse; including alcoholism symptoms, binge drinking, military alcohol abuse, youth drinking and more.