Health Reference Series: Alcoholism Sourcebook

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

ISBN: 978-0-7808-1624-4
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 17
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: June 2019
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Alcoholism Sourcebook, Fifth Edition provides readers with updated information about alcohol use, abuse, and dependence. Physical alcohol-related effects on the brain, heart, liver, pancreas, bones, nerves, lungs, stomach, kidneys, and immune system are described, and mental health issues that often accompany alcohol problems are discussed.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Understanding Alcohol Use, Abuse, and Dependence
  • Chapter 1—Alcohol and Alcohol Use
  • Chapter 2—Psychosocial Factors in Alcohol Use and Alcoholism
  • Section 2.1—The Link between Stress and Alcohol
  • Section 2.2—PTSD and Problems with Alcohol Use
  • Chapter 3—When Can Alcohol Be Used Safely?
  • Section 3.1—Drinking Alcohol: Low Risk versus High Risk
  • Section 3.2—Alcohol Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  • Chapter 4—Ethnicity, Culture, and Alcohol
  • Chapter 5—Binge Drinking
  • Chapter 6—Facts about Alcoholism
  • Chapter 7—What Alcohol Does to Your Body
  • Chapter 8—Alcohol-Related Problems: Across Gender and Lifespan
  • Section 8.1—Alcohol Use in Adolescence
  • Section 8.2—Alcohol and Women's Health Issues
  • Section 8.3—Men's Health Risks from Excessive Alcohol Use .
  • Section 8.4—Alcohol Use in Older People
  • Chapter 9—Understanding the Development of an Addiction
  • Chapter 10—The Genetics of Alcoholism
  • Chapter 11—Alcohol Use Disorder: A Comparison between DSM-IV and DSM-5
  • Chapter 12—Alcohol Myths and Facts
  • Part II: The Problem of Underage Drinking
  • Chapter 13—Overview of Underage Drinking Policy in the United States
  • Chapter 14—Current Drinking Patterns among Underage Drinkers
  • Chapter 15—Does Advertising Play a Role in Underage Drinking?
  • Section 15.1—Alcohol Advertising
  • Section 15.2—Advertising Regulations for Alcoholic Beverages .
  • Chapter 16—How Alcohol Affects Development
  • Section 16.1—Developmental Perspective on Underage Alcohol Use
  • Section 16.2—Alcohol Use and Adolescent Development .
  • Chapter 17—Alcohol, Energy Drinks, and Youth: A Dangerous Mix
  • Chapter 18—Alcohol Use on College Campuses
  • Section 18.1—Drinking on Campus: Scope of the Problem .
  • Section 18.2—CollegeAIM
  • Section 18.3—Sexual Violence and Alcohol Use on Campus
  • Section 18.4—Academic Performance and Alcohol Use
  • Section 18.5—What Policy-Makers Need to Know about College Drinking
  • Chapter 19—Family Guide to Underage Drinking Prevention
  • Section 19.1—Parental Involvement in Alcohol Use Prevention
  • Section 19.2—Talk to Your Child about Alcohol
  • Section 19.3—Talk with Your High School Grads about Celebrating Safely
  • Chapter 20—Efforts to Prevent and Reduce Alcohol Problems in Adolescents
  • Section 20.1—How to Tell If Your Child Is Drinking Alcohol .
  • Section 20.2—What You Can Do to Prevent Your Child from Drinking
  • Section 20.3—School Interventions to Prevent Alcohol Abuse
  • Section 20.4—Adolescent Exposure to Substance Use Prevention Messages
  • Chapter 21—Community-Based Alcohol Abuse Prevention
  • Section 21.1—Strategies for Local Alcohol-Related Policies and Practices
  • Section 21.2—Town Hall Meetings Mobilize Communities to Prevent and Reduce Underage Alcohol Use
  • Section 21.3—Communities That Care (CTC): An Evidence-Based Substance-Use Prevention System
  • Chapter 22—The Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA) Law
  • Part III: The Physical Effects and Consequences of Alcohol Abuse
  • Chapter 23—Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
  • Section 23.1—BAC and Alcohol Impairment .
  • Section 23.2—Alcohol Use Disorders
  • Chapter 24—Alcohol Hangover
  • Chapter 25—Alcohol Changes the Brain
  • Section 25.1—Alcohol Tolerance and Withdrawal .
  • Section 25.2—Drinking and Memory Lapses .
  • Section 25.3—Adolescent Brain Is Vulnerable to Alcohol Exposure
  • Section 25.4—Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome (Alcoholic Encephalopathy)
  • Chapter 26—Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease
  • Section 26.1—Overview and Progression of Liver Disease .
  • Section 26.2—Cirrhosis
  • Section 26.3—Fatty Liver
  • Section 26.4—Alcohol and Hepatitis C
  • Section 26.5—Nutrition Therapy in Alcoholic Liver Disease .
  • Chapter 27—Alcohol and Cardiovascular Disease
  • Section 27.1—Alcohol's Effects on the Cardiovascular System .
  • Section 27.2—Alcohol-Induced Heart Disease
  • Section 27.3—Binge Drinking and Blood Pressure .
  • Chapter 28—Alcoholic Neuropathy
  • Chapter 29—Alcohol and the Lung
  • Chapter 30—Alcohol Abuse Affects Bone Health
  • Section 30.1—The Link between Alcohol and Osteoporosis
  • Section 30.2—Excessive Alcohol Intake Is a Risk Factor for Osteonecrosis .
  • Chapter 31—Other Organs at Risk from Alcohol Abuse
  • Section 31.1—Alcohol and Gut-Derived Inflammation
  • Section 31.2—Alcoholism: A Common Cause of Pancreatitis
  • Section 31.3—Alcohol Misuse and Kidney Injury
  • Chapter 32—How Alcohol Interacts with Other Diseases and Disorders
  • Section 32.1—Influence of Alcohol on Immune System
  • Section 32.2—Alcohol Use Increases Likelihood of Acquiring Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
  • Section 32.3—Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Alcohol Use
  • Section 32.4—Alcohol Increases Cancer Risks
  • Section 32.5—Alcohol and Hypoglycemia in Diabetics .
  • Section 32.6—Alcohol and Sleep Difficulties
  • Chapter 33—Facts about Aging and Alcohol
  • Chapter 34—Use with Caution: Alcohol and Medications
  • Section 34.1—Harmful Interactions: Mixing Alcohol with Medicines .
  • Section 34.2—Medications for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder .
  • Chapter 35—Alcohol-Induced Organ Injury: The Role of Nutrition
  • Part IV: The Effects of Alcohol on Reproductive and Fetal Health
  • Chapter 36—Infertility and Alcohol
  • Chapter 37—Alcohol Use among Pregnant Women and Recent Mothers
  • Chapter 38—Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
  • Chapter 39—Adopting and Fostering Children with FASD
  • Chapter 40—FASD May Co-Occur with Mental Illness
  • Part V: Mental Health Problems Associated with Alcohol Abuse
  • Chapter 41—Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictive Behavior
  • Chapter 42—Alcohol and Mental Health
  • Chapter 43—Anxiety and Alcohol Use Disorders
  • Chapter 44—Psychiatric Disorders Associated with Alcoholism
  • Chapter 45—Alcohol's Association with Suicide
  • Part VI: Alcohol's Impact on Family, Work, and the Community
  • Chapter 46—Children Living with Alcohol-Abusing Parents
  • Section 46.1—Children of Alcoholics
  • Section 46.2—The Number of Children Living with Substance-Abusing Parents
  • Section 46.3—What to Do If a Family Member Abuses Alcohol
  • Section 46.4—Impact of Alcoholism on Family and Children .
  • Chapter 47—Intimate Partner Violence
  • Chapter 48—Alcohol-Impaired Vehicle Operation
  • Section 48.1—Driving under the Influence of Alcohol
  • Section 48.2—Crashes and Fatalities Involving Alcohol-Impaired Drivers
  • Section 48.3—Driving after Drinking
  • Section 48.4—Boating Under the Influence of Alcohol
  • Chapter 49—Preventing Alcohol-Impaired Driving
  • Section 49.1—Mass Media Campaigns to Prevent Alcohol-Impaired Driving
  • Section 49.2—Sobriety Checkpoints
  • Chapter 50—Alcohol and Stress in the Military
  • Chapter 51—Alcohol-Related Fire Fatalities
  • Part VII: Treatment and Recovery
  • Chapter 52—Helping Someone Who Has a Problem with Alcohol
  • Chapter 53—Strategies for Reducing Alcohol Consumption or Quitting
  • Chapter 54—The Differences between Brief Intervention and Treatment for Alcoholism
  • Section 54.1—Brief Interventions to Moderate Alcohol Consumption
  • Section 54.2—Integration of Healthcare Systems and Substance Use Disorders .
  • Chapter 55—Treatment Options for Alcohol Use Disorders
  • Chapter 56—Alcohol Treatment: Need, Utilization, and Barriers
  • Chapter 57—Detoxification: One Part of Alcohol Abuse Treatment
  • Chapter 58—Withdrawal from Alcohol
  • Section 58.1—Acute and Protracted Withdrawal .
  • Section 58.2—Complications of Alcohol Withdrawal .
  • Section 58.3—Repeated Alcohol Withdrawal: Sensitization and Implications for Relapse .
  • Chapter 59—Prescription Medicines Used for Alcohol Abuse Treatment
  • Chapter 60—Treating Co-Occurring Drug and Alcohol Use Disorders
  • Section 60.1—Treatment of Co-Occurring Alcohol and Other Drug Use Disorders .
  • Section 60.2—Integrated Care for Co-Occurring Alcohol and Other Conditions .
  • Chapter 61—Gaps in Clinical Prevention and Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders (AUDs)
  • Chapter 62—Counseling and Long-Term Support
  • Chapter 63—The Role of Mutual Help Groups in Alcohol Abuse Recovery
  • Part VIII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 64—Glossary of Terms Related to Alcohol Use and Abuse
  • Chapter 65—Directory of Support Groups for Alcohol-Related Concerns
  • Chapter 66—Directory of State Agencies for Substance Abuse Services
  • Chapter 67—Directory of Organizations with Information about Alcohol Use and Abuse