Alcohol intoxication (existing forms)

Alcohol intoxication (existing forms)

The depth of intox­i­ca­tion depends on many fac­tors: indi­vid­ual tol­er­ance to alco­holic bev­er­ages, psy­cho-phys­i­o­log­i­cal state, qual­i­ty and strength of alco­holic bev­er­ages.

Sim­ple drunk­en­ness:

Degrees of alco­hol intox­i­ca­tion:

  1. Mild degree is char­ac­ter­ized by a feel­ing of com­fort, a decrease in crit­i­cal­i­ty regard­ing one’s actions and capa­bil­i­ties. The speed of think­ing increas­es, but due to super­fi­cial asso­ci­a­tions and a decrease in the qual­i­ty of men­tal activ­i­ty, cog­ni­tive func­tions are weak­ened, the num­ber of errors increas­es, and the qual­i­ty of work dete­ri­o­rates. Per­son­al­i­ty traits mod­er­ate­ly expressed in a sober state are point­ed­ly man­i­fest­ed. The skin of the face turns red, mild dysarthria appears, and the gait becomes unsteady. In some cas­es, dilat­ed pupils and mod­er­ate brady­car­dia are observed.
  2. Aver­age degree of intox­i­ca­tion is char­ac­ter­ized by a fur­ther decrease in the pro­duc­tiv­i­ty of actions, cog­ni­tive process­es and dis­co­or­di­na­tion of move­ments. Sharp mood changes are char­ac­ter­is­tic, which man­i­fest them­selves accord­ing to the indi­vid­ual char­ac­ter­is­tics and lev­el of cul­ture of the drinker.
  3. When severe intox­i­ca­tion, ori­en­ta­tion is dis­turbed, emo­tions are smoothed out. In some cas­es, a soporous or coma is pos­si­ble.

Atyp­i­cal forms of alco­hol intox­i­ca­tion:

  • Depres­sive intox­i­ca­tion — the patient yearns, feels sor­ry for him­self and demands it from oth­ers. The need for emer­gency care aris­es from sui­ci­dal state­ments or actions of the patient.
  • Hys­ter­i­cal Intox­i­ca­tionFem­i­nine — patients are prone to demon­stra­tive behav­ior and scan­dals while intox­i­cat­ed. Gives the impres­sion of being drunk­er than he real­ly is. As a result of this behav­ior, intox­i­cat­ed peo­ple can pro­voke con­flicts;
  • Hebephrenic intox­i­ca­tion — when drunk, behav­ior becomes stu­pid, child­ish, atyp­i­cal. Patients may pester strangers with cyn­i­cal sug­ges­tions or actions. Remarks from oth­ers can cause them an attack of aggres­sion.
  • Dys­phor­ic intox­i­ca­tion is char­ac­ter­ized by a sharp unmo­ti­vat­ed long­ing, fear and aggres­sive­ness.

Most often, depres­sive and hys­ter­i­cal intox­i­ca­tion is not­ed in peo­ple with con­gen­i­tal men­tal dis­or­ders — per­son­al­i­ty dis­or­ders (psy­chopathies) and pro­nounced accen­tu­a­tion. Hebephrenic and dys­phor­ic intox­i­ca­tions occur in indi­vid­u­als with organ­ic lesions of the cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem. For them, drink­ing alco­hol, even in mod­er­ate dos­es, can cause such a twi­light dis­or­der of con­scious­ness as trance.

The work is going on with the neu­ro­plas­tic­i­ty of the brain, the bal­ance of monoamines is nor­mal­iz­ing. There is a car­di­nal improve­ment of neu­ronal con­nec­tions in the cor­ti­cal struc­tures of the brain.

Alco­holism treat­ment in Odessa in a few days by author’s method­ol­o­gy.

The crav­ing for alco­hol dis­ap­pears the very next morn­ing.

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