What is the difference between drunkenness and alcoholism?

Systematic immoderate alcohol consumption leads to the sequential development of two conditions: drunkenness, and then to alcoholism.
Drinking is a systematic consumption of alcohol over a long time, always accompanied by severe intoxication. Constant drinking leads to alcoholism, which, according to modern doctors, is a serious disease and in most cases has an unfavorable prognosis. The leading sign of alcoholism is the hangover syndrome. Signs of it are diverse: unpleasant, painful sensations in the region of the heart, palpitations, headache, high blood pressure, sweating, dry mouth, thirst, nausea, and even vomiting.

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