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Abnormal Psychology - Alcoholism
Transcript of Abnormal Psychology - Alcoholism
Faizal Bahawi 170999
Nur Atifah Mat Radzi 170793
Muhamad Syamim Mat Lazim 170826
Nadiah Mahadi 169365
Abdur Rahim Abu Mansur 168625
The effects of alcoholism
Steps to overcome alcoholism
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3. Film Review
4. Types of drinking behaviour
7. The effects of Alcholism
8. Steps to overcome Alcoholism
The study of Human mind and its function
The study of unusual patterns of behaviour, emotions and thought which may or may not be understood as a mental disorder.
an addiction to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency
Review about alcoholism based on film Hancock and explain about the Types of drinking behaviour, the causes, factor, effects, and steps to overcome alcoholism
John Hancock was a superhero at a street of Los angeles which has extraordinary strength and speed. He always help people around him and also as a crime enforcer. However, serious alcoholism problems leads him to do the unnecessary damage to the city which makes others hate him. The community recognise Hancock's bad behaviour which was brought more loss to the city more than a profit. Later, Hancock entered the rehabilitation center to overcome alcoholism on the advice of ray, a public relations officer. After a series of treatment, Hancock successfully recover from alcoholism and citizens of the city was surprised by the changes of his attitude. In this film, Hancock's attitude who love to alcohol was due to the pain he ever experienced before. In the same time, he also suffers amnesia which makes his behaviour beame worse.
1. Drinkers behave like a crazy. Been the subject of insults among people who understand.
2 Waste of money (eg : Use a lot of money to purchase of alcoholic beverages. ) .
3 Cause hostilities with friends . As in the film '' HANCOCK ',' uncontrolled bad bahaviour results dispute between neighborhood and people around him.
4 Prevented from thinking and believing the greatness of God.
5 Tempted to commit adultery
6 Alcohol is the opening of all evil.
7 Damage on property because the drinkers would not know what do to when he is drunk For example : in a film, HANCOCK explained that alcoholic damaging public property when he was drunk
8 Complication to health. Examples of psychosis, liver damage
1. Undergo recovery process at rehabilitation centre
In the film Hancock, Hancock was advised to surrender to authorities and enter rehabilitation centre to overcome his problems. At the end, the recovery process was successful and Hancock became respectable superhero.
2. Cahnge the lifestyle
Avoid the places or party which provides alcohol beverages as a drinks.
3. Social and moral support from community
Hancock was refused to undergo recovery process earlier in the movie. But after he was convinced by Ray, he finally agreed to undergo recovery process and surrender to authorities.
Alcoholism is a serious problem to society
Alcohol is a source of problem that can leads to other bigger problems.
The efforts of a society is necessary to overcome the problem of alcoholism.
3. World Health Statistics 2013, WHO
Lecturer : Dr Mohd. Ibrani Shahrimin B Adam Assim
Types Of Drinking Behaviour
Drinks slowly (does not gulp drinks)
Spaces out drinks (does not drink more than one drink per hour)
Eats before or while drinking
Abstains while taking medication
Never drives during/after drinking
Knows and obeys laws related to drinking
Respects non drinkers.
Drinks to get drunk
Drinks to cope with problems or stressful life events
Experiences personality changes or mood swings and may become loud, angry, and violent, or reclusive, remote, and withdrawn
Causes other problems--physically or emotionally hurts himself or herself, family, friends, and strangers
IMay drink to "cure a hangover"
Seems unable to have a good time or to party unless alcohol or other drugs are available
Hangs out with other people who have similar drinking habits.
Loses control of her or his drinking--experiences an inability to keep promises to self about limiting drinking or other drug use--unable to stop drinking when she or he wants
Spends much time thinking/talking about drinking and planning when he or she can drink next
Hides his or her drinking and keeps bottles hidden for quick pick-me-ups
Needs to drink before facing a stressful situation
Transitions from having hangovers to more dangerous withdrawal symptoms, such as delirium tremens ("DTs"), which can be fatal
Has or causes major problems - with classes, friends, family, police.
The cause of alcoholism is still unknown. However, dependency on alcohol develops when you drink so much alcohol that chemical changes in the brain occur. These changes emphasize the pleasurable feelings that result when you drink alcohol. These feelings cause an increased desire to drink, even if it causes harm. Alcoholism typically develops gradually over time.
Known risk factors for alcoholism include having:
more than 15 drinks a week if you are male
more than 12 drinks a week if you are female
more than five drinks per occasion at least once a week (binge drinking)
a parent with alcoholism
a mental health problem, such as depression, anxiety, or schizophrenia
You may also be at a greater risk for alcoholism if you:
are a young adult experiencing peer pressure
have low self-esteem
experience a high level of stress
live in a family or culture where alcohol use is common and accepted
Alcohol contents And human behaviour