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Contributions to Understanding the Neuropsychology of Alcoholism: An INS Legacy PMC

Addressing alcoholism and alcoholic thinking requires a multifaceted approach that involves both prevention and treatment strategies. Prevention strategies focus on reducing the risk factors and enhancing protective factors to prevent the onset of alcoholism. These may include public health campaigns to raise awareness about the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption, as well as educational programs

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Understanding Alcohol Use Disorder National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism NIAAA

Treatment may involve a brief intervention, individual or group counseling, an outpatient program, or a residential inpatient stay. Working to stop alcohol use to improve quality of life is the main treatment goal. It will not guarantee that you may be diagnosed with alcohol use disorder. A therapist can also help you determine if your

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