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Home Remedies for Alcoholism

Written by Vanessa Jones, B.A  | Article Reviewed by The Medindia Medical Review Team on Dec 04, 2019
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What is Alcoholism?

Alcoholism is the physical and mental addiction to alcohol. Prolonged use of alcohol will affect both physical and mental conditions, and there are also various social implications from associated behaviors. Physically it affects the digestive system, pancreas, nerves, and heart.


Common Causes of Alcoholism

  • Depression

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  • Schizophrenia

  • Genetics

  • Inheritance

  • Established behavior patterns

  • Environment

  • Damaged relationships


Home Remedies for Alcoholism

Tip 1:

First and foremost, the person should be willing to give up alcohol. Sadly, but very true that the only way to do it is, to make a clean break.

Quit Drinking Alcohol for Better Health

Tip 2:

Eating as many apples as possible at regular intervals can, reduce your craving for alcohol. They also help to clear the toxins from the system.

Apple Prevents You from Alcohol Craving

Tip 3:

Grapes contain a pure form of alcohol. A person wanting to give up this habit should have a meal of grapes every 4-5 hours, for a month at least.

Grapes Help You Get Rid of Alcoholism

Tip 4:

The juice of bitter gourd is very good for clearing intoxication. About 3 tsps of bitter gourd juice mixed in a glass of buttermilk is very good, as it helps to heal the damaged liver also.


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SinghParul, India

Thanks for sharing such an informative blog.The blog contains the information about what is alcoholism and causes of it.The blog also shares the home remedies of it.This will be really helpful to those who want to get rid of alcoholism.

sanjel, Nepal

i have an addicted brother elder to me.it has been really hard to tolerate the aggression and voilence after he is drunk.and he is not commited to to stop drinking....whatever ways we tried to controll him..has all been in vein.......so what could be the best possibility to avoid his alcoholism....

george144, Uganda

I have an addicted brother.He's elder to me and we both live in Uganda.Its hard to talk to him since he's senior,everyone else seems to be waiting to rejoice at his death as he terrorises family property.The mentioned fruits are scarce therefore too expensive for a month's consumption in spaces of 4 to 5 hours daily.What can i do to help?

AlcoholExpert, Israel


There is a great resource for all sub-topics of alcoholism.

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