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By: Lauren McRae
At times it may seem that drinking alcohol is embedded into our daily lives. We clink glasses to celebrate milestones and happy times while watching sporting events and at social gatherings. Although moderate consumption of alcohol — according to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans this means no more than one drink per day for women and no more than two drinks a day for men—may not directly impact your health, when do you know if you or someone you know has a problem? Laura Parise, MD, Psychiatrist at NorthShore, lists some of the common signs of alcoholism and alcohol abuse:
If you or someone you know relates to the above statement, it is recommended you seek assistance from your physician.