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Alcoholism is affected by both hereditary and environmental factors. Oddly enough, males have a greater tendency for alcohol addiction in this situation than women.

Individuals with reduced inhibitions are at an even greater risk for becoming alcoholics. If an individual comes from a family group with one or more alcoholics and loves to take chances, they should acknowledge that they are at what is considered high likelihood for becoming an alcoholic.

Recent studies have identified that genetics performs a vital role in the development of alcoholism but the exact genes or inherited pathways to addiction have not been discovered. At this time, it is believed that the genetic predilection towards alcohol addiction in an individual does not ensure that he or she will develop into an alcoholic but instead simply suggests that those individuals feel the results of the alcohol more intensely and quickly. In impact, the decision of genetic chance is just a determination of higher risk toward the dependency and not necessarily an indicator of future alcohol addiction.

There was a gene learned about in 1990 called the DRD2 gene. This is the first gene that has been shown to have any link towards affecting the result of alcoholism in human beings. Again, considering the method this particular gene works, the person with the DRD2 gene would be thought to have a greater pull to the impacts of alcohol compared to somebody without the gene but having DRD2 does not ensure alcohol addiction in the person.

The pressing desire to identify a gene responsible for alcohol addiction is due in part to the pressing need to assist discover individuals who are at high risk when they are children. If this can be ascertained at an early age and adolescents raised to understand that taking that initial drink for them might very likely convey them down the road to alcohol addiction, it may cut down on the number of alcoholics in the future.

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Regardless of a familial predilection towards alcohol addiction, it is still a conscious choice to choose to drink and to get drunk. It has been stated that the person with the genetic predisposition to alcohol addiction is an alcoholic at birth whether or not he or she ever consumes alcohol.

Modern academic works have discovered that genetic makeup performs a vital role in the development of alcohol addiction but the exact genes or hereditary pathways to addiction have not been found. At this time, it is thought that the hereditary tendency towards alcoholism in a person does not guarantee that he or she will definitely develop into an alcoholic but instead just indicates that those people feel the effects of the alcohol more powerfully and rapidly. Once more, considering the method this particular gene works, the individual with the DRD2 gene would be believed to have a higher pull towards the effects of alcohol compared to somebody without the gene but having DRD2 does not ensure alcohol addiction in the individual.

The immediate desire to spot a gene responsible for alcohol addiction is due in part to the pressing requirement to assist discover people who are at high chance when they are adolescents.

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