Investigation to Alcohol Consumption Essay

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INVESTIGATION TOALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
ABSTRACTThere is a huge amount of people consuming alcohol and there are various reasonsbehind their consumption of alcohol which can be the stress, peer pressure, curiosity factors etc.Moderate consumption can prove quite beneficial for the heart but excess utilization of it canprove very harmful and even lead the person to coma or death as well. Consumption of alcoholcan lead the person to a zone where the individual is unable to feel and understand their ownactions. Usually youngsters use it as a way of keeping a mask on their emotions as it takes themto area where their power of realising and acting gets minimized to an extent. They feel betterand excluded from their sorrows and issues. That is the reason they get addicted. Variousmethods can be used for minimizing the overall alcohol consumption, thus helping people instaying fit and healthy from its severe disorders.
TABLE OF CONTENTSABSTRACT.....................................................................................................................................2INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Aim :................................................................................................................................................2Objectives :.....................................................................................................................................2Research Hypothesis :......................................................................................................................2Literature Review.............................................................................................................................3Alcohol consumption..................................................................................................................3Reason of increased alcohol consumption..................................................................................4Controlling measures implemented by UK administration.........................................................5Impact of alcoholic consumption on human health...................................................................6Ways by which alcohol consumption can be reduced................................................................7Research Methodology....................................................................................................................8Introduction................................................................................................................................8Research Philosophy...................................................................................................................8Research Design.........................................................................................................................9Research approach.....................................................................................................................9Research strategy........................................................................................................................9Data Collection..........................................................................................................................10Data Analysis............................................................................................................................10Ethical Considerations..............................................................................................................10Sampling...................................................................................................................................11Research Limitations...............................................................................................................11Conclusion and Justification..........................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONAlcohol consumption is considered as a leading cause of death and various other socialproblems as well. It has a huge impact on the status of the health of an individual. People whodrink are termed as drinkers. They can be the persons who had never drank, who are moderateones or the ones who are heavy drinkers. The regular consumption of alcohol can also causevarious cancers such as of renal etc. The utilization of alcohol cannot be termed as a negativehabit of the people, although many people drink only to socialize, relax and celebrate (Keyes,Hatzenbuehler and Hasin, 2011). The consequences of taking alcohol can term severe as well.On the first single sip, it enters the bloodstream of the individual. There is a blood alcoholconsumption (BAC) level in the blood flow of a person and it is being maximized by theconsumption of alcohol. Increased BAC levels may let a person act quite weaken anddiminished. Some common symptoms can be decreasing memory powers, breathing issues and itcan even lead to coma or death when taken in much higher levels.There must be various reasons behind the fact that a huge number of people consumealcohol. Individuals just fall in these sort of addictions to mask their emotions through whichthey are going through. As its consumption takes them to a zone where are they unable to senseand feel the truth, they feel it as a better way to utilize just to stay away from these issues andproblems. The issues can be related to any common factor such as money, relationships, worketc. Consuming it might not be that bad as it helps the people in fighting with a disorder, knownas dementia, but when taken in limits. Overdo of it can further cause alcohol dementia as wellwhich can prove very harmful for the human body.Alcohol can also provide some small benefits to the heart but too much of it can damagethe heart as well. Some very common and known factors of why people consume alcohol can becategorised as Peer pressure, Stress, Curiosity etc. There are many people who do not want todrink but they do because of the people around them are drinking. To not stay as an odd one,they also consume. This is termed as peer pressure (Samokhvalov and et.al, 2010). In some othercases, the fellow members also forces the other party to get involved, because of which the oddone also gets involve in the process and gets addicted. Curiosity is also another factor that peoplefall in this habit. Usually the younger children have this curiosity that many people are addictedto the alcohol consumption, so they also feel that there must be something interesting enough1
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