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Reduciendo Su Riesgo de Abuso de Alcohol y Alcoholismo

 

El alcoholismo tiende a encontrarse en familias, y factores genéticos explican parcialmente este patrón. Es imposible reducir el riesgo genético. Sin embargo, el riesgo no es necesariamente el destino. Algunos factores, como fuertes apoyos sociales, pueden ayudar a proteger a personas incluso en alto riesgo de volverse dependientes al alcohol. Otras sugerencias incluyen:

  • Socialice sin alcohol.
  • Evite ir a bares.
  • No tenga alcohol en su casa.
  • Evite situaciones y personas que fomenten el beber.
  • Haga nuevos amigos que no beban.
  • Haga cosas divertidas que no involucren al alcohol.
  • Evite acudir a una bebida cuando esté estresado o molesto.
  • Beba lentamente.
  • Reemplace una bebida con algo más que usted disfrute realmente
  • Limite su consumo de alcohol a un nivel moderado.
    • Moderado equivale a dos o menos bebidas al día para los hombres y una o menos bebidas al día para mujeres y adultos mayores.
    • Una botella de cerveza de 12 onzas, una copa de vino de cinco onzas, o 1.5 onzas de licor se consideran una bebida.

REFERENCES:

Alcohol use disorder. EBSCO DynaMed website. Available at:
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Updated February 25, 2015. Accessed April 10, 2015.

Patient education materials: Strategies for cutting down. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism website. Available at:
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Accessed April 10, 2015.

Patient education materials: What’s a standard drink? National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism website. Available at:
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Accessed April 10, 2015.

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Ultima revisión February 2014 por Peter J. Lucas, MD
Last Updated: 4/10/2015

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