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Running head: ALCOHOLISM AND COLLEGE STUDENT 1Alcoholism and College StudentDonna Carney Liberty UniversityPSYC 305April, 2015
ALCOHOLISM AND COLLEGE STUDENT 2AbstractAlcohol is a growing epidemic that has plague our society for many years. With more information and treatment now available, one can only hope that the amount of people affected will decrease. This paper examine the cause, prevalence and potential treatment for college student with alcohol addiction. Statistic have proven that college student have endanger themselves and others due to the effect of alcohol. The abuse of any drug will have negative impact on family, friend, communities, therefore will much help available, the user must recognize there is a problem and seek help. Its starts from one social drink to being a heavy drinker where multiple drinks could be consumed over a short period of time. College Student should not enjoy life with over-indulgence in any substance that could be addictive.
ALCOHOLISM AND COLLEGE STUDENT 3In today’s world they are many things that cause stress and somethings college student get so overwhelm with keeping up with grades, fitting in their new school, handling the day to day events of life so he or she decides to relax with a bottle or glass in hand that will ease the pain and make the problem go away. “Some persons enjoy its euphoric effects, consuming it so often that they become physically dependent on it.Other individuals abuse it because they believe that they need alcohol to cope with the pain of living”. (Doweiko, 2015)Like other substance, prescription or illicit, there is always a reason as to why one becomes a slave to these addiction. A few have been mentioned in the above paragraph. This paper will target college student between the ages of 18-22.Some of these student are from home were one
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Alcoholic beverage, Binge drinking, college student