Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol addiction, or alcoholism, is a chronic and potentially severe condition characterized by the compulsive consumption of alcohol, despite adverse consequences and a loss of control over drinking. It often leads to physical and psychological dependence, impacting both the individual's health and their social and occupational functioning. Recent research in alcohol addiction has uncovered new findings on the genetic and neurobiological factors contributing to alcohol dependence. Studies have highlighted the potential benefits of personalized treatment approaches, leveraging genetic markers, to improve the effectiveness of interventions. Additionally, emerging pharmaceutical interventions and digital health tools are being investigated to enhance recovery outcomes for individuals with alcohol use disorder. This session is planned to cover various essential aspects within the domain of alcohol addiction and its treatment.

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