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Alcohol abuse accounted for the highest number of rehab admissions in Bergen County in 2016. Just over 1,000 people were admitted to rehabs and treatment centers for alcohol issues that year. Heroin was in second place with 684 admissions in 2016.1

The majority of people admitted to county rehab centers and hospitals in 2016 were men, and 73% of all alcohol-related admissions were men.1

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men are more likely to drink excessively compared to women. Men are also more likely to engage in other risky behaviors that often go along with excessive alcohol use, such as driving fast or without a seatbelt.2 Abusing alcohol and engaging in other risky behaviors further increase the risk of injury and death for men.

Some of the dangers and consequences of alcohol abuse for men may include:2

  • Assault – Alcohol abuse increases aggression in men, which can increase the risk of assaulting another person.
  • Suicide – Men have higher suicide rates than women, and they are more likely to have been drinking alcohol before committing suicide.
  • Impotence – Using alcohol excessively can interfere with male hormones and testicular function, which can result in impotence.
  • Infertility – Men are at risk of infertility from excessive alcohol use, as well.
  • Risky sexual behavior – Excessive alcohol use increases the risk of having unprotected sex and is often implicated in sexual assault.
  • Cancer – Men who abuse alcohol increase their risk of throat, liver, colon, mouth, and esophageal cancer.

If you are worried about your use of alcohol or another drug, contact a rehab center to get help today.

Sources

  1. Department of Human Services: Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services: Office of Planning, Research, Evaluation, and Prevention. (2017). Substance Abuse Overview 2016 Bergen County.
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018). Fact Sheets – Excessive Alcohol Use and Risks to Men’s Health.

 

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