Recognizing Alcohol & Drug Addiction : Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction


Recognizing Alcohol & Drug Addiction : Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction – Discover the symptoms of alcoholaddiction in this free home health video. Expert: rivrsurvivor Bio: John DePalma, born and raised in, Queens, NY, has been a recovering alcohol and drug addict for over 17 years. Falling off the wagon, after five years, John learned a no nonsense approach to dealing w


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16 Responses to Recognizing Alcohol & Drug Addiction : Symptoms of Alcohol Addiction

  • Kahvelisika says:

    watch out for those alcoholics. they’re dangerous.?


    if your a expert why are you separating alcohol as a drug when? its a drug ?????

  • pinkymixology says:

    on behalf of expert village, you’re recording this next to a highway with the worst microphone? ever.

  • pigjubby1 says:

    A good sign is when the communication style changes, When the person’s tone and way of speaking changes. They just don’t seem like? they normally talk.

  • kelsejoyce8336 says:

    this video is horrible! Totally? unprofessional, looks like a joke.

  • hirokx says:

    I? think recognizing any addiction is hard. I was addicted to gaming as silly as it may sound. I made a video of it on my channel. haha

  • JianLong1833 says:

    What he say was the? last symptom?

  • marcmantione says:

    It’s not the? way to go booze kills more then everything and withdrales are not fun check it on google

  • espltdm251playa says:

    Ill? drink to that

  • KEl0TRvNC3 says:

    hahahahaha? he is a fibber!!!

  • tpis469 says:

    Those are the symptoms of being drunk/hungover.?

  • soundwolf6 says:

    soundwolf6the profetionals say your an alcoholic if you cant go without a drink for 48 hours!!! if your dependant you will get the shakes among other things within that time frame. i dont understand how someone can become addicted to alcohol!! god knows iv tried!! but loving and drinking alot is differant? to being an alcoholic to become one you would have to drink everyday for months on end. everyone drinks in australia!! we all must be alcohlics

  • EsheAhkura says:

    “Once the liquor dries…? what remains of the man?”

  • spikeyChampion says:

    @jimismusic24 I sincerely hope you make the decision to ask for help, there is no shame in asking for help if you honestly feel that you can’t do it on your own.? When you are ready ways you can do this are to speak with a doctor, go into a treatment program or you could contact Alcoholics Anonymous. Maybe you can fight your addiction on your own but you don’t have to, help is out there if you seek it.

  • RUInternational says:

    There is hope for the Hopeless that are struggling? with addiction. Reformers Unanimous is a faith-based addictions program. We maintain an 82% percent success rate! Check us out @Ruinternational.

  • bladegal16 says:

    i think he was referring to during the day. and? you really dont have to be so critical

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