Alcoholism

Alcoholism means your body has become addicted to alcohol. People with addiction will continue drinking alcohol even if it causes adverse effects on their life, work, and relationships. People who consume more than 12 to 15 drinks a week, people with mental health problems, and people having low self-esteem are at risk of getting addicted to alcohol.

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Are there any tablets to control alcohol drinking?

Query: Hi doctor, My father drinks alcohol heavily every day and behaves very rashly at home. Would you please suggest some tablets to control alcohol drinking?  Read Full »


Ananth S

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have some questions. How old is your dad? How heavy is his drinking? How long has he been drinking? To quit alcohol, the person has to decide to do it firmly. He should join an alcoholic recovery group. To reduce cravings, I suggest medications such as Acamprosat...  Read Full »

Why does my left arm keep twitching?

Query: Hello doctor,¬† Recently, I have been playing quite a lot of sport. However, my left bicep seems to be going into spasm or is twitching. There is no pain, but I cannot stop it. Please help. It is only on my left arm.  Read Full »


Nalia Raja Rajeshwar Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through the entire history of yours and my findings and suggestions are as follows: Muscle twitching is a common scenario in people playing sports,¬†especially if you do strengthening exercises. You mentioned that you play sports, but I am not sure which on...  Read Full »

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