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There is a constant dispute amongst the medical and psychological community as to whether alcoholism is in fact a disease or just a state of mind Many of the researcher have classified alcoholism as a disease Alcoholism as a Disease 1 Dictionarycom has defined disease broadly as an involuntary choice made by the individual Dictionary 1 This definition does not comply with alcoholics at all because they can easily like any other human being determine that drinking has many unwanted consequences behind it But an alcoholic just simply doesnt care They cause many of their own troubles by their behavior and the decisions they make so why should they be looked upon as powerless victims of a falsely concluded disease Alcoholism as a Disease 1 Alcoholism should not be viewed as a disease but as a habit brought about by the alcoholics individual choices Alcoholism also known as alcohol dependence is a disease that is made up of the following four main symptoms that are common with people with the disease They tend to have a craving or the urge to drink McKesson 1 The desire for satisfaction is not a sign of a disease but a sign of humanity Ill people dont tend to want to engage in enjoyment they want to feel better But this is not the case with alcoholics they tend to have fun being drunk and have no concern of getting better A second symptom of alcoholism is the no strength of mind or will to stop the consumption of alcohol once it has started 3 This is a totally ridiculous way of looking at this that any intelligent fifth grader would fall down laughing How would anyone know if one is able to do something until heshe does it The needless amount of drinking even to the point of blacking out doesnt show the inability to say no next time Numerous amounts of people who came close to death
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