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Drinking culture is an unfortunate aspect of our reality, but there is little we can do to put a stop to traditions that have lasted for thousands of years. Since our ancestors developed the first crude beers and wines, humans have demonstrated an unending thirst for intoxicating beverages like vodka, whiskey, and a manner of cocktails. Still, as history has shown us, certain parts of the world love drinking more than others. Today, let’s take a closer look at countries that glorify alcohol consumption.


If you haven’t heard of the concept of a “greasy spoon,” all you need to do is take a quick visit to Spain and immerse yourself in the party culture. Some residents have described how workers will take part in brunch and a beer on the side before taking a brandy for the road. Drunk driving appears to be another major issue in this beautiful country.


Around the world, Australians are renowned for their drinking habits. Binge drinking is a huge part of night life, and officials report how many people fail to focus on drinking in moderation. Some residents have also described how being a light drinker can be difficult Down Under, in the midst of Aussie alcohol consumers.  


In many cases, as residents point out, the Japanese will visit izakayas (Japanese-style pubs) after the work-week ends and for special events. However, many people will frequently consume booze with meals or food in or outside the house. Unlike the situation in Australia, though, the Japanese focus on drinking as a part of relaxation, not just to get drunk.


As you may have guessed, the French do drink a lot of alcohol but only in moderation. Drunkenness is not usually followed by aggression, as some residents have pointed out. At dinner parties, hosts will serve aperitif (three glasses of three different kinds of wines) as well as water. French people consume drinks in an effort to enhance the dining experience.

Seeking Treatment for Alcohol Abuse or Alcoholism  

Alcohol withdrawal can easily be one of the most frightening aspects of healing. During the course of the recovery process, you will suffer from minor to severe symptoms that may include night sweats, hallucinations, fevers, anxiety, and sadness, but always remember that you can find the strength to overcome these problems. However, you must always seek medical attention when you have decided to cut ties with alcohol, as the withdrawal process can be notoriously dangerous. Never attempt to do this without the supervision of a trained specialist.

If you are suffering from a severe case of alcoholism or alcohol abuse, or have a friend or loved one who is coping with this illness, get in touch with Asana Recovery today. Our professional team of counselors and healthcare experts will help you endure the painful process of alcohol withdrawal and detox and guide you along the rocky road of rehabilitation. Soon enough, you will experience a faster and much more efficient recovery.

If you want to find out more about our residential treatment or supervised detoxification/withdrawal programs or enroll in one of these programs today, we are ready and waiting to speak with you at your leisure and your disclosure. Call Asana now at (949) 438-4504 to learn how you can overcome your mental illness and take an extra step toward becoming a healthier person.