Most often, alcoholic psychosis occurs in those who suffer from chronic alcoholism. The constant presence of alcohol in the body leads to disruption of metabolic processes that ensure the neutralization and elimination of alcohol from the body, which adversely affects the functional state of all organs and systems, and especially the central nervous system.
Acute alcoholic psychosis occurs predominantly during a hangover. Sleep disorder becomes his harbinger: at night a person is either tormented by nightmares, or he cannot sleep at all, and by day he looks tired, overwhelmed, irritated. Continue reading