Personality disorders and alcohol use disorder can interact ways that can make treatment and diagnosis difficult. Fortunately, help is available.
As with any substance use, alcohol may increase the undesirable symptoms of narcolepsy.
Alcohol relapse occurs in almost one-third of recovering alcoholics during their first year of sobriety. Learn more alcohol relapse stats and what you can do about it.
Alcohol abuse and porn addiction can harm both you and your relationships. Learn more about the link between these problems.
The combination of antisocial personality disorder and alcoholism tends to exacerbate and strengthen symptoms of ASPD.
PTSD and alcohol abuse may occur together due to the tendency of people diagnosed with PTSD to engage in self-destructive behavior and the desire to avoid thinking about the trauma.
Alcohol can be used to cope with symptoms of BDD, but may make the condition worse. Learn about BDD and alcohol abuse, causes and treatments.
Alcohol use can cause muscle pain, weakness and poor performance. Learn why alcohol causes these muscle symptoms on this page.
Halloween statistics show that binge drinking is common on this holiday, especially among college students. Learn more about the dark side of Halloween.
Adjustment disorder is an exaggerated or abnormal reaction to a life stressor that can sometimes lead to other problems, including alcohol use disorder.