People can become reliant on the consumption of alcohol. At young ages it is hard to tell when a person is just having fun or really has a problem. A close friend of mine seemed to be having more of a problem every time I saw him. He used to be known as the life of the party, but the party was becoming an addiction. It was too the point where when we hung out I couldn’t tell if he was sober or drunk. Sometime down the road the truth finally hit, he had gotten away with driving under the influence plenty of times but this time he wasn’t so lucky. He had gotten a DUI and realized he needed help.
There are many rehabilitation centers, alcohol anonymous and substance abuse services available for those struggling with alcohol addiction. Rodgers Memorial hospital is one of the top facilities in the world substance abuse and we have five locations here in Wisconsin. The best advice for an alcoholic is to seek help and detox your body of the alcohol. Go into treatment and meet with those who share a similar problem as yours.
I would recommend enrolling in some sort of program that will help you contain/rid the addiction. Go to support groups and cut out the things in your life that make you depend on alcohol. Surround yourself with things that don’t have to contain alcohol.
Facility used to treat Addiction: http://rogershospital.org/treatment-service/chemical-dependency-detoxification