Immaturity Linked To Alcohol Abuse

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Taking one after the other cocktails, during the person’s early 20s has no link with a personal intelligence of maturity and immaturity; but if this custom is not to an end by the time they reach the age 30, the young adults might feel intellectually underdeveloped, as per the research carried by the University of Missouri. Helping the young adults understand their intellectual impulses to calm down, while they mature might advance substance abuse involvement program.  When a consistent drinker of 30 years of age walks in for treatment and says that he does not feel or sense like an adult, we as researchers can present this research and recommend that decreasing the consumption of alcohol might help him sensing more grown-up, said the main researcher of the research.

Individuals in their 20s who commit that their constant drinking and experience are alcohol related might not recognize that these traits could be linked with the identity problems later in their life. We can use this study to nip the issue in the bud also aid the young individuals in becoming alert that their consumption of alcohol might clash with their long term objectives.

How was the research held?

When additional 400 individuals of 25 years old were questioned, many of them showed the symptoms of alcohol consuming problem, however their problem did not link to the self reported approach of maturity and immaturity. After surveying for more than 4 years initiating at the age of 29 and ending at the age of 35, the participants expressed various emotions. People who displayed symptoms of alcohol abuse even submitted feeling more immature at their particular age.

This research was printed in the periodical Alcoholism and the main authors of the research were Sher, Winograd and Andrew Littlefield.



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