High Risk Behaviours Following Alcohol Use in Alcohol Dependent Men (Report)

High Risk Behaviours Following Alcohol Use in Alcohol Dependent Men (Report)

Background & objectives: Heavy alcohol drinking and propensity to risk taking behaviour may both be associated with the occurrence of high risk behaviour. The present study was carried out to examine the association between high risk behaviours and alcohol abuse among patients admitted to an inpatient facility for treatment of alcohol dependence syndrome. Methods: Using event analysis technique, the prevalence and type of high risk behaviour as a consequence of a heavy drinking episode was identified among heavy drinkers. Four types of high risk behaviour namely road traffic accidents, violence, self-injurious and risky sexual behaviour were studied. Patients with and without high risk behaviour were compared on measures of severity of drinking, sensation seeking and impulsivity using addiction severity index, sensation seeking scale and Baratt’s impulsivity scale respectively.

High Risk Behaviours Following Alcohol Use in Alcohol Dependent Men (Report)



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