As someone who coaches others in relationships I realize that navigating the dating scene can be difficult enough. Getting to know someone in the early stages of a relationship takes time, observation, and trial and error. When you couple this with trying to determine if the person you are dating has a drinking problem, it can make things even more difficult. Binge drinking — having five or more drinks for men; four or more for women — increases the risks for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and other serious conditions.
You may know someone or be dating someone who is in the beginning stages of alcoholism. The experts say that alcoholism is a progressive disease. When someone with an alcohol use disorder continues to drink, the symptoms become more apparent and more numerous, until it is finally obvious to almost everyone that they have a drinking problem. But, they did not always display all the obvious symptoms.
If a friend, loved one or colleague became ill, you wouldn't hesitate to offer your help and support. But what if that same person showed signs of a drinking problem or drug abuse? Would you step in as quickly to offer help? Would you know what to do or say? Addiction is a medically diagnosable condition, clinically known as "alcohol use disorder" or "substance use disorder.
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