Alcoholic brains work harder to accomplish even simple tasks as compared to their sober counterparts, a new study has found. Chronic drinking is associated with abnormalities in the structure, metabolism and function of the brain, and one of the consequences of these deficits is impairment of motor functioning.

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Mental health professionals who treat alcoholism and depression have long known that these two illnesses occur together more often than not. In fact, it is quite common in medical settings for people to seek treatment for either of these conditions. Not only is it true that in this setting the sensitive health care provider identifies the presence of the other illness 1, but it is also known that the earlier in one's life that either of these two disorders develops, the greater the chance the other will also arise.

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In the present world it is common for people to experiment with alcohol and drugs during their adolescent age, however alcohol addiction is a disease; characterized by the sufferer having a habit of excessive drinking, although they know the negative effects of alcohol on their individuals work, medical, educational, legal and social life. Alcohol Addiction has become one of the biggest problems in the society resulting in one's losing job, hurting family and friends and moral degradation.

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Article Summary: The idea that using social media like Facebook, MySpace or Twitter can make a person more susceptible to drug use and drug addiction or alcoholism isn't a new one. In fact, in the eighties and early nineties people unreasonably feared that watching cartoons and sitcoms could lead to drug abuse. In the late nineties and early 2000s people feared that chat rooms were the source of drug problems.

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Article Summary: Cocaine is extremely addictive central nervous system stimulant. Many people, particularly in the United States are abusing Cocaine and getting destroyed. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2009, about 1.6 million Americans above the age of 12 were found to be Cocaine users.

Cocaine is extremely addictive central nervous system stimulant. Many people, particularly in the United States are abusing Cocaine and getting destroyed. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health in 2009, about 1.6 million Americans above the age of 12 were found to be Cocaine users. Widespread Cocaine abuse in America may be due to ignorance of serious side effects of Cocaine abuse on health. Here are some common side effects of Cocaine abuse:

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