The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism

Junghanns K, Backhaus J, Tietz U, Lange W, Rink L, Wetterling T, Driessen M (2005)
European Psychiatry 20(5-6): 451-455.

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Junghanns, Klaus; Backhaus, Jutta; Tietz, Ulrike; Lange, Wolfgang; Rink, Lothar; Wetterling, Tilman; Driessen, MartinUniBi
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**Abstract**
Thirty male alcohol dependent inpatients without concurrent depressive disorder, 13 of them with a positive family history of alcohol dependence in a first degree relative (PFH), were questioned about their desire and consumption habits with respect to cigarettes, coffee, and sweets while on a three-week inpatient treatment after detoxification from alcohol. Six weeks after discharge from hospital, the patients were reassessed for relapse. Eleven patients (36.6%) had relapsed at follow-up. Relapsers were younger than abstainers. The days until relapse correlated negatively with intensity of desire to drink alcohol, desire to smoke cigarettes, and with a higher consumption of cigarettes. PFH patients did not relapse earlier but they had a stronger desire to drink coffee and eat sweets and had a higher coffee consumption.
Erscheinungsjahr
2005
Zeitschriftentitel
European Psychiatry
Band
20
Ausgabe
5-6
Seite(n)
451-455
ISSN
0924-9338
eISSN
1778-3585
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963411

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Junghanns K, Backhaus J, Tietz U, et al. The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism. European Psychiatry. 2005;20(5-6):451-455.
Junghanns, K., Backhaus, J., Tietz, U., Lange, W., Rink, L., Wetterling, T., & Driessen, M. (2005). The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism. European Psychiatry, 20(5-6), 451-455. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eurpsy.2004.09.011
Junghanns, K., Backhaus, J., Tietz, U., Lange, W., Rink, L., Wetterling, T., and Driessen, M. (2005). The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism. European Psychiatry 20, 451-455.
Junghanns, K., et al., 2005. The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism. European Psychiatry, 20(5-6), p 451-455.
K. Junghanns, et al., “The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism”, European Psychiatry, vol. 20, 2005, pp. 451-455.
Junghanns, K., Backhaus, J., Tietz, U., Lange, W., Rink, L., Wetterling, T., Driessen, M.: The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism. European Psychiatry. 20, 451-455 (2005).
Junghanns, Klaus, Backhaus, Jutta, Tietz, Ulrike, Lange, Wolfgang, Rink, Lothar, Wetterling, Tilman, and Driessen, Martin. “The consumption of cigarettes, coffee and sweets in detoxified alcoholics and its association with relapse and a family history of alcoholism”. European Psychiatry 20.5-6 (2005): 451-455.

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