Alcohol is more adult killing in the US than the opioid disease according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. The opioid disease will kill an average of 72,000 people annually, & # 39; when alcohol is killing 88,000. In these 88,000 deaths, 2.5 million years of life can be lost, according to the Center for Disease Control and Change.
The increase in new alcohol related deaths. In ten years, the number of deaths with alcohol has risen by 35 per cent according to the new report that was shared with the US today Friday. The statistics are based on the results from 2007 to 2017.
Young women are in her; Most affected by cancer disease Among women, deaths rise to 67 per cent, and for men, the percentage increases only 27 per cent. .
Women are more likely to be associated with alcohol related risks because they are usually less than men, and can experience alcoholic effects faster, according to the National Institute of Alcohol and Abuse and Alcohol. The problems that significantly affect women who drink significantly in the absence of cervical cancer, heart disease, chronic cancer and difficulties with pregnancy.
According to a study by the Institute in 2015, 9.3 per cent of women surveyed drink alcohol long while they were pregnant; month before they checked. 51.1% of women were drinking alcohol in general, with 22 per cent of them working in a binge drinking in the previous month. Drink 61.3% of the men in the month before the survey, and # 39; drink 32.1% per cent.
5.4% of women receiving alcohol help for alcohol disorder, with 7.4 per cent of men.
The deaths of teenage deaths decrease by 16 per cent, and by dying for those aged 45 to 64 up to around 25 per cent.
The deaths associated with drinking are not too essential. Many of the causes are in cases that have been developed over time of drinking too much, such as cirrhosis, pancreatitis, cancer and self-kill.
In terms of situation, Columbia District sends the list for its & # 39; most alcohol deaths. It is followed by Georgia and Alabama. There are higher levels of alcohol consumption in a state with alcohol control policies, such as Nevada, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and Wyoming, rather than those with more severe constraints.
Psychologist Benjamin Miller questioned why, although alcoholic deaths are rising over opioid deaths, we still continue to drink as a culture. "In a culturally, we have accepted it to drink but not to shoot out and shoot up heroin," said Miller. "Many people read this and said" What's the problem? "