Alcoholism refers to a physical and psychological dependence on alcohol.

Alcoholism is the state of physical addiction to alcohol that manifests through such symptoms as stereotyped drinking, drinking to maintain blood alcohol at a particular level, increasing frequency and severity of withdrawal, drinking early in the day and in the middle of the night, a sense of loss of control over drinking, or a subjective craving for alcohol.

See also:
"Alcoholism" is in the UNSPSC Code "85111616"
  Alcoholism prevention or control services

"Alcoholism" is in the NAICS Code "623220"
  Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities
  Alcoholism or drug addiction rehabilitation facilities (except licensed hospitals)

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