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Scotland has one of the worst drinking problems in Western Europe, The Conversation reports. Excessive alcohol consumption, alcoholism, and the consequential physical effects rate higher in Scotland than many other areas in Europe, and around the world. Alcoholic Liver Diseases, ALD causes high rates of hospitalisations and deaths in Scotland. Over the last few years, the rates of ALD and other alcoholically influenced injuries have seen rises and falls. According to the data provided by The Conversation, thoe rates have been rising, and continue to rise, posing a threat to citizens of Scotland and their wellbeing.

“The most recent figure for 2015/16 of 3,788 hospitalisations is higher than all years except 206-09 and the figures also mask the fact that chronic ALD rates caused by heavy alcohol consumption – cirrhosis, fatty liver and hepatic failure – have been rising all long,” the article explains.

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One in five patients with ALD between the years of 1991 and 2011 in Scotland died during their first hospitalisation. For the four of five patients who were discharged in decent or better health from their first hospitalisation, more than half died within five years. The physical effects of alcoholism on the liver and the body are startling. Chronic alcoholism is not sustainable for the body or the mind. Slowly, if not rapidly, the body breaks down under the toxic influence of alcohol. Seeking treatment for alcoholism might pose a better chance at health through recovery than liver-specific hospitalisations, which do not treat the underlying problems of alcoholism and associated mental health issues. Residential treatment programs for alcoholism have a high rate of success in creating either long-term abstinence or a marked decrease in the amount of alcohol consumption. Hospitalisations for ALD do not have the same effect. The report indicates that over the past twenty years the rate of readmission for patients with ALD issues has been increasing. Concerningly, it is not just the ALD which is the issue, but the death rate from liver cancer has increased by 52% over the last ten years.

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