It is believed widely that alcohol consumption is violent behavior precipitators. Alcohol consumption combined with pharmacological drugs types can make individuals engage in behaviors which are violent. The impact of the price of alcoholic beverages on alcohol consumption is an identifying factor that associates, price increases leads to reductions in drinking and therefore, a decrease in abuse.
The relationship between crimes and alcohol includes underage drinking, domestic abuse and violence, assault and sexual assault and robbery. Alcohol is considered a main factor for approximately 40% of violent crimes increasing day by day these days. Crimes include: sexual assault, rape, aggravated, robbery and simple assault.
Alcohol consumption measurement generally includes frequency (e.g., how much drink an individual can consume in a period of time, such as drinking days/weeks) and drinking quantity (e.g. quantity of drinks in period of time, such as drinks days or drinks/wk.). These measurements can be assessed during various periods of reference: in the past 12 months, in the past 30 days, during usual or typical period of alcohol consumption. For example, drinks consumed in the maximum number within a 24 hour single period are highly attributed to genetics factor.
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