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Alcohol Problems - How To Know If Your Relative / Friend Is Suffering?

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Delhi
Alcohol Problems - How To Know If Your Relative / Friend Is Suffering?

Alcohol consumption is a common problem in our society. Ranging from economic issues, to strained relationships, to neglect, to abuse, it can lead to multiple problems. The key point is that in many people, it may go completely unnoticed. While different people could have different tolerance levels, there are some definitions to qualify someone as having ‘alcohol problem'.

Alcohol consumption resulting in blood alcohol levels of 0.08 or more; some men might need about five drinks and women might need four drinks to reach this level. When any individual is compelled to drink up to five drinks on a day regularly, it is considered to be a problem.


If you are suspecting that your friend or relative could be having a potential drinking problem, look out for the following symptoms:

  1. Constant, strong craving for drinking
  2. Unable to control their urge to drink alcohol
  3. Inability to succeed in efforts to reduce or stop alcohol usage
  4. Drinking more than the intended quantity on most occasions
  5. Spending extra effort in terms of time and money to lay their hands on alcohol
  6. Strained relationships at work or at home
  7. Health issues including liver failure, poor overall health, intestinal problems, etc.
  8. Failure to see that their health (physical and emotional) is affected by drinking
  9. Failure to acknowledge that there is a drinking problem (denial mode)
  10. Stealing or lying in an attempt to get money for alcohol
  11. Being violent towards spouse or children or even strangers to get alcohol and/or money for alcohol
  12. Not very reliable in assigning tasks or fulfilling responsibilities
  13. Ability to hold more than their regular quantity of drinks, over a period of time, capacity to tolerate more alcohol
  14. Constantly seen in the company of people who enjoy alcohol

What should you tell your friend/relative?

Admit the problem

  • Stay away from people who drink with you or encourage you to drink
  • Space out drinks, drink with food, and drink enough water as it will reduce the amount of alcohol getting into the body
  • Involve close friends and family for emotional support
  • Enroll for a detox program
  • Get into exercise, sports, photography which are both creative and productive ways to improve your quality of recreation and life. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.
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Hi I am a 25 year female and am suffering from severe depression. There is something very serious going on in my life. I do not know if it is a medical issue or something else but could not find any other way to talk about it. I am a reserved category hindu and am well educated. I am an Mba from well reputed college but my family is very orthodox in terms of marriage since my roots are from village. I have been brought up by my real father's brother who is my 'taauji' but since I ve always been with him so I ve always considered him my father. So the matter is I ve been dating this boy from past 7 years and I love him very very very much. He is an amazing guy, well settled and very loving. But the problem is his religion. He is a muslim. And my parents would never ever allow me to marry him. They are worried about my future but how do I marry someone else when I can not even think about anybody else. My father (taauji) says he will in no case let me marry a muslim. What should I do now? I do not wanna marry anybody else but I do not even want to go against my father who has done so much for me from my childhood. I am really depressed. I just do not understand this situation and the worst part is nobody in my family speaks against him as he is the eldermost person. Can anybody here help me out? I am really confused and disturbed. I still have time but I keep thinking about this only. I am very distracted all the time. Theres nobody who can help. I feel very broken.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
Hi I am a 25 year female and am suffering from severe depression. There is something very serious going on in my life...
Love sees no caste or religion. But after marriage there will be lots of changes in life which is always not so rosy like live life. That is why elders see compatibility for married life. You can go ahead and marry the Muslim man, but get in writing he and his family wont force you into his religious customs and neither should you force him for Hindu customs. If this is agreed up I guess married life might be hassle free. make sure the man really loves you by asking if he would agree for these.
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My boy is aged 16yrs. He is very poor in study and very lazy and careless. When we try to understand for leaving lazyness and to be serious study he behave unlisten. He don't have dream for his future even not any hobby. Kindly suggest what I should do.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
Please take him for a career guidance test and an aptitude test. These will determine what he is made for in terms of his profession. He could, if necessary, switch over to something technical and do a diploma, and if he proves himself good for that he may enter engineering by skipping a couple of years because of his diploma and complete the course in a shorter duration. Ideally, he could have pursued his studies, but if he is not inclined and is more drawn towards something technical, he may respond with more vigor. At this age he is likely to be going through a spurt in the male sex hormone, testosterone. Due to this chemical he will have three behaviors not at all known to him: he will be sexually active, rebellious and aggressive, and he will have acne and pimple problems. Fortunately, this has a two-year duration only and he will stabilize after that. But if you do not work with him carefully, he could do quite some damage to his life and to that of the family: I advice you not to follow that path. Be understanding, and keep all communications channels open. You need to be firm and completely unwilling in three areas of choices: if it is criminal, if it is life-threatening, and if it is immoral. Follow a path of least resistance and work as though you are with him, always.
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Hi My engagement is recently broken feeling like committing suicide. How to face world please help.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Hi My engagement is recently broken feeling like committing suicide. How to face world please help.
If you feel depressed, it's best to do something about it — depression doesn't just go away on its own. In addition to getting help from a doctor or therapist, here are 5 things you can do to feel better. 1.Exercise. Take a 15- to 30-minute brisk walk every day — or dance, jog, or bike if you prefer. People who are depressed may not feel much like being active. In addition to getting aerobic exercise, some yoga poses can help relieve feelings of depression. Two other aspects of yoga — breathing exercises and meditation — can also help people with depression feel better. 2.Nurture yourself with good nutrition. Depression can affect appetite. One person may not feel like eating at all, but another might overeat. Proper nutrition can influence a person's mood and energy. So eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and get regular meals (even if you don't feel hungry, try to eat something light, like a piece of fruit, to keep you going). 3.Identify troubles, but don't dwell on them. Try to identify any situations that have contributed to your depression. When you know what's got you feeling blue and why, talk about it with a caring friend. Talking is a way to release the feelings and to receive some understanding. 4. Express yourself. With depression, a person's creativity and sense of fun may seem blocked. Exercise your imagination (painting, drawing, doodling, sewing, writing, dancing, composing music, etc.) and you not only get those creative juices flowing, you also loosen up some positive emotions. Take time to play with a friend or a pet, or do something fun for yourself. Find something to laugh about — a funny movie, perhaps. Laughter helps lighten your mood. 5. Try to notice good things. Depression affects a person's thoughts, making everything seem dismal, negative, and hopeless. If depression has you noticing only the negative, make an effort to notice the good things in life. Try to notice one thing, then try to think of one more. Consider your strengths, gifts, or blessings. Most of all, don't forget to be patient with yourself. Depression takes time to heal.
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Im shaik zubair. Im depression in last 3 years. I do not no whats things happened to me, im not satisfaction with my lyf. Im thinking unnecessary things. Day by day, my mind was block. I dnt Understand what should I do. IM NOT SERVING MY LIFE WELL. PLEASE SUGGEST ME. WHAT SHOULD I DO.

Masters in Psychology, M.PHIL in Medical & Social Psychology, PhD - Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Im shaik zubair. Im depression in last 3 years.
I do not no whats things happened to me, im not satisfaction with my ...
You are intellugent, lost hope. Developed cognitive error. Take CBT with the Clinical psychologist.
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What is depression? What are the symptoms of Depression? What is the treatment for it?

MD - Acupuncture
Acupuncturist, Thanjavur
What is depression? What are the symptoms of Depression? What is the treatment for it?
Depression is a real illness that impacts the brain. Anyone suffering from depression will tell you, it’s not imaginary or “all in your head.” Depression is more than just feeling “down.” It is a serious illness caused by changes in brain chemistry. Research tells us that other factors contribute to the onset of depression, including genetics, changes in hormone levels, certain medical conditions, stress, grief or difficult life circumstances. Any of these factors alone or in combination can precipitate changes in brain chemistry that lead to depression’s many symptoms. Depression is a serious condition. It’s also, unfortunately, a common one. The World Health Organization characterizes depression as one of the most disabling disorders in the world, affecting roughly one in five women and one in ten men at some point in their lifetime. It is estimated that 21% of women and 12% of men in the you. S will experience an episode of depression at some point in their lifetime. Depression does not discriminate. Men and women of every age, educational level, and social and economic background suffer from depression. There is no area of life that does not suffer when depression is present. Marriage, parenting, friendships, careers, finances – every aspect of daily living is compromised by this disease. Once an episode of depression occurs, it is also quite likely that it will recur. And the impact of depression can be even more severe when it occurs in combination with other medical illnesses such as diabetes, stroke, or cardiovascular disease, or with related disorders such as anxiety or substance abuse. The problems caused by depression are made worse by the fact that most people suffering from the disease are never diagnosed, let alone treated. The good news is that when depression is promptly identified and treated, its symptoms are manageable and there are many effective strategies for living with the disease. Depression and bipolar disorder are both treated most effectively in their earliest stages when symptoms are less severe. Although scientists agree that depression is a brain disorder, the debate continues about exact causes. Many factors may contribute to the onset of depression, including genetic characteristics, changes in hormone levels, certain medical illnesses, stress, grief, or substance abuse. Any of these factors alone or in combination can bring about the specific changes in brain chemistry that lead to the many symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder and related conditions. WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION? Depression commonly affects your thoughts, your emotions, your behaviors and your overall physical health. Here are some of the most common symptoms that point to the presence of depression: Feelings: Sadness Hopelessness Guilt Moodiness Angry outbursts Loss of interest in friends, family and favorite activities, including sex Thoughts: Trouble concentrating Trouble making decisions Trouble remembering Thoughts of harming yourself Delusions and/or hallucinations can also occur in cases of severe depression Behaviors: Withdrawing from people Substance abuse Missing work, school or other commitments Attempts to harm yourself Physical problems: Tiredness or lack of energy Unexplained aches and pains Changes in appetite Weight loss Weight gain Changes in sleep – sleeping too little or too much (Note: if you are concerned about your sleep, Click here to take a simple quiz that can help you determine whether your current sleep patterns may be causing you problems.) Sexual problems Of course, all of us can expect to experience one or more of these symptoms on occasion. An occurrence of any one of these symptoms on its own does not constitute depression. When healthcare professionals suspect depression, they commonly look for clusters of these symptoms occurring regularly for two weeks or longer, and impacting functional aspects of the person’s life.
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7 months ago my hernia operation is done .i will feel like tired and feel like mentally disturbed whats the reason.

MD - Psychiatry
Psychiatrist, Chennai
7 months ago my hernia operation is done .i will feel like tired and feel like mentally disturbed whats the reason.
It can be post operative mood changes, if it is not significant and not affecting your daily functioning ignore it. If it is affecting u a lot, dont hesitate to consult a psychiarist for evaluation. All the best
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I have a very soft voice and I am 18. How can I have a deep low pitch and high intensity male voice?

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear lybrate user. I can understand. Soft voice is never a problem and in fact it is very good and desirable in many occasions in your career and socializing. Soft voice can be modified with the help of special training through speech therapy. I suggest counselling. Take care.
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Hi, my husband is a smoker. He started smoking twenty years ago. We consulted a doctor who gave us some medication to help him reduce craving, however its not really helping him. Please help me, I desperately want him to quit smoking.

(MRCPSYCH-UK), MD - Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Hyderabad
If he is an occasional smoker - with public messages, health awareness programs and your own doctors advice, he can quit. If he is a regular smoker, motivational therapy with a trained psychotherapist or a psychiatrist and enormous will power will help him quit. If he is a diseased smoker, consult a de-addiction psychiatrist at the earliest. He may give anti-smoking medications and de-addiction treatment and counseling. The same applies to alcohol dependence disease also.
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I have stammering problem. Every time I have interview I cutter, what should I do.

MBBS, Diploma in Nutrition and Health Education (DNHE), Diploma in Clinical Cosmetology
General Physician, Noida
Hello, This problem can be solved by Collection of Exercises, Speech therapy, treatment and home cure 1.Exercises are effective in treatment of physiological causes of stammering. In general, exercises are meant to provide strength to the organs associated with speech including tongue, lips, jaw, trachea and lungs. Kindly consult to good speech therapy clinic 2.Deep breathing exercise are very effective 3.chewing Indian gooseberry, Almonds, Black pepper, Cinnamon and dried dates are known to clear speech congestion 4.This problem can be solved by Meditation i can give you address of rajyoga meditation center near your house (this is free of cost)
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