1. Elizabeth Mariscal Elizabeth Mariscal Bangladesh says:

    Alcoholism is described as a compulsive need for a narcotic beverage prepared from a fruit or fermented grain. Wine, beer, whiskey, gin, rum, and other alcoholic beverages fall within this category. When someone has an alcohol addiction, they have a strong need to consume alcohol and are unable to control their usage. If the individual is not provided alcohol at regular intervals, they are labeled as an alcoholic and experience withdrawal symptoms such as sweating, anxiety, and nausea.

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