How Is Drug/Alcohol Abuse Considered A Family Disease?

Alcohol Abuse Can Be A Family Disease

To answer your query, drug and alcohol abuse can be considered a family disease because it can hurt the family emotionally, mentally, spiritually, physically, and financially. If a parent is doing excessive alcohol abuse, his work can be affected and his health can deteriorate, and if he contacts some disease, the financial situation of his family can get hurt.

If a son or a daughter in a family succumbs in alcohol, it can give grave emotional and mental disturbance to the family. I hope that I have answered your question. In case you have other questions, you can read the links below.

Family Disease – National Council on Alcoholism and Drug …
You need to read this especially if there’s an alcoholic in the family. You can also share the article to your friends who need help.

Alcohol Abuse Is A Family Disease

Alcohol Abuse Is A Family Disease

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Affects Everyone in the Family
A wonderful read about alcohol abuse. You’ll learn a lot about alcohol abuse disorder, addiction is a family disease, effects of drug addiction on family members, how drug abuse affects society, who typically abuses alcohol, effects of drug abuse on family and society, and how does drug addiction affect the family.

Alcoholism and the Family Robert J. Ackerman, Ph.D. – NACoA
It’s not too late to be cured of alcoholism. It’s not too late to help someone who needs sincere treatment from alcohol abuse.

Read these other great articles about alcohol abuse from NCADD and NCBI

An Informative Video for Anyone Who Knows Someone Who’s Into Alcohol Abuse or Substance Abuse.

Written By Nurse007

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  • Luke S April 12, 2009, 11:33 pm

    It's considered hereditary because you are a result of your environment, hence, if you grow up with parents that abuse drugs/alcohol, you have a more likely chance of being like that than someone with normal parents.

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