Health risk of Alcohol abuse Disorder


What are the health risk of alcohol abuse disorder?


Alcohol abuse disorder is defined as a strong dependence on alcohol without the ability to limit consumption. This is known to be the second most common form of substance abuse in the United States. Alcohol abuse is ranked as the third among lifestyle-related causes of death in the United States by research with up to 90,000 related cases each year.

The health risk of alcohol abuse disorder are
alcohol poisoning
impaired functions and judgement
liver diseases
heart diseases
high blood pressure
weakened immune system
mental health problems and so on.

Source: Yale, Harvard