That is to say, not to consume more amount we are going to obtain to an effect superior. – Inverse Tolerance or sensitization: The effect is intense even consuming small amounts of the substance. Typical in alcoholic ones it is derived from the chronic hepatopata. – Crossed or reciprocal Tolerance: When a person develops tolerance towards a toxic (alcohol), of a certain group (depressing of the SNC), presents/displays the same, tolerance, towards others of the same group (Amytal, Butisol, Nembutal, Fenobarbital) still when their consumption is not habitual. We could say that the tolerance is a worthy creation of most perspicacious of the inventors, the best one I devise to create alcohlicos/as, since its appearance causes the increase of the administered doses/ingested, helping to the development of the dependency or the syndrome of abstinence in the case from not being faithful its mandate. 6. DEPENDENCY: The dependency is pronounced through irresistible impulse to continue consuming alcohol, still knowing the damages that produce. The drinker in dependency situation is lost the control capacity on the alcohol consumption: – The physical dependency is the physical malaise undergone by the organism due to the absence of the drug.

Example: a person with alcoholism can have tremors, nauseas, insomnia, etc, if she does not drink. – The psychic dependency is the psychological restlessness state and the fort desire to consume drug of continued or periodic form that the person undergoes before the lack of drug. Example: an alcoholic person can feel irritable, nervous and to experience a fort impulse to drink. 7. SYNDROME OF ABSTINENCE from ALCOHOL (SAA): It is a generally opposite set of signs and symptoms to the action that produced the drug has caused that it. It is possible to be originated by suppression of the drug or by precipitation. More ahead we will extend these concepts. We only have to add that the one is east syndrome of abstinence that causes that an alcoholic one is vivid sleepy, in that continues consuming, or it rises at daybreak to ingest alcohol in order that the level does not descend from alcohol in its organism. Original author and source of the article.