Alcoholism is a very complex disease, and each situation is different. There are many risk factors and causes, any of which may affect a particular individual. In addition, no factor is a decisive factor, so people with few risk factors may have severe alcoholism, while others with many risk factors may not have alcohol problems.
In general, women are more susceptible to alcoholism and are more likely to feel the effects of alcohol than men of the same size. They are also more prone to long-term physical damage caused by alcohol. This is due to several physiological reasons, such as
This does not mean that men are completely protected from alcoholism. Here are other factors that affect your body’s response to alcohol, whether you are male or female:
How much water you drink and how long you drink, your age and family history are also potential risk factors.