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If You Need a Drink Don't Take It!

who drinks not because he enjoys it but because he feels he needs it. He is drinking to escape. He never craves alcohol specifically; but he is developing a genuine craving for anesthesia, which alcohol supplies.
It usually takes ten years to develop chronic alcoholism. Along with it may be liver trouble, or irritation of the throat and digestive system, resulting in alcoholic gastritis and improper assimilation of food. But most of the ills result from dietary deficiency, because alcohol is a food which in excessive amounts eliminates hunger. Moreover, it contains no vitamins, only calories-200 to the ounce.
Though persons less than 30 years old rarely can be cured of alcoholism, upwards of 60 out of ioo can be helped in middle age. Among patients who are married and in skilled occupations, the Yale clinics achieve 81.5 percent successes at a cost of $60 to $100. Alcoholics Anonymous sometimes is regarded as having more success than any agency, although it does not suffice for all.
Nobody, though, ever was cured by nagging. Occasionally, successful treatment involves psychological conditioning not of the drunken husband but of his nagging wife.
No remedy is successful unless it seeks out the underlying psychological reasons which prompt the drinking. In a surprising number of cases, the elimination of them will cure alcoholism. One woman's problem was traced to a mother-in-law allergy and cured by eliminating the latter (by fair means).
There is no recorded instance of an alcoholic with a personal problem which caused him to drink. However, alcohol in sufficient quantities supplies its own problem. If you habitually drink excessively, no matter for what reason, you finally will be drinking to escape the woe caused by your drinking.

Original Article- Published by Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1615 H St., N. W.,
Washington 6, D. C. (Nation's Business, August, '47)
Condensed Version-Copyright 1947, The Reader's Digest Assn.. Inc.
(The Reader's Digest. October, '47)

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