Trevor McDonald: The star’s battle with binge drinking – risks of habit

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Trevor McDonald: The star’s battle with binge drinking – risks of habit

The NHS says: “Dependant drinking usually affects a person’s quality of life and relationships, but they may not always find it easy to see or acce

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The NHS says: “Dependant drinking usually affects a person’s quality of life and relationships, but they may not always find it easy to see or accept this.

“Severely dependent drinkers are often able to tolerate very high levels of alcohol in amounts that would dangerously affect or even kill someone.”

When someone tries to cut down on alcohol this can normally result in severe withdrawal symptoms such as hand tremors, sweating, hallucinations, depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

The NHS recommends the most someone should drink per week is 14 units of alcohol per week.



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