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Acute alcoholism

Acute alcoholic intoxication, commonly known as drunkenness, is a state of excitement or inhibition of the central nervous system caused by a large amount of alcohol or alcoholic beverages. It shows different degrees of excitement and excitement, loss of binding force, abnormal behavior, multilingualism and unclear pronunciation, dyskinesia of movement and gait, agitation, drowsiness, as well as numbness and coma in severe patients. The severity is often positively correlated with blood alcohol concentration, but there are individual differences. Generally, it can completely return to normal in a short time without sequelae. According to the nature and severity of psychopathology, it can be divided into simple, complex and pathological drunkenness.


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