February 10, 2011
Excessive Alcohol Consumption – How To Prevent The Anger, Rage And Violence
Hundreds of medical studies prove that alcohol consumption changes the way we act; when we are sober we use a rational thought process when reacting to situations yet when we are under the influence of alcohol rational thinking goes out the window. Understandably not everyone is affected by alcohol in the same way, even though it does affect everyone’s brain chemistry.
Drinking becomes dangerous when alcohol inhibits your ability to control your temper while under the influence and if you find yourself becoming unreasonably angry while drinking you should seek help to prevent alcohol rage.
It should be obvious that the situation can become increasingly dangerous the when alcohol continues to be consumed and the potential for aggression increases.
Every day people are killed due to domestic violence that becomes out of control. In the majority of these tragedies alcohol has had some part in sparking the anger and aggression that turns deadly. Fearing for your life becomes a daily experience for those who live with someone who experiences alcohol rage.
While these are some of the more severe instances of alcohol rage they are obviously important to acknowledge. More often than not alcohol is one of the ingredients in the destruction of families since the alcoholic disregards the needs of the family because of their need to drink.
People should not live with fear as it not only destroys families but individuals as well. It is vital to find support immediately if you, or someone you know, is living with alcoholic rages or other signs that their drinking is out of control.