Consumo excesivo episódico de alcohol: cambio natural en estudiantes universitarios

  • Karina Conde IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET http://orcid.org/0000-0003-1913-8328
  • Aldana Lichtenberger IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
  • Raquel Inés Peltzer IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
  • Mariana Cremonte IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
Palabras clave: consumo excesivo episódico de alcohol, cambio natural, estudiantes universitarios, Argentina

Resumen

El consumo abusivo de alcohol puede ser abandonado sin ayuda formal, sin ambargo, la información sobre este hecho es escasa, especialmente en jóvenes que adoptan este tipo de consumo. El objetivo de este estudio es estimar la prevalencia de cambio natural del consumo excesivo episódico de alcohol y explorar su relación con consecuencias adversas del consumo y otras características individuales en jóvenes universitarios. En una muestra aleatoria de 828 estudiantes se evaluó el consumo excesivo episódico pasado/actual, problemas relacionados con el consumo de alcohol, uso de otras sustancias psicoactivas, género y estado civil. La prevalencia de cambio natural fue de 7%. El cambio en el consumo excesivo episódico implicó menor probabilidad de problemas psíquicos, episodios de amnesia anterógrada, lesiones, consumo de otras sustancias y una mayor probabilidad de estar en pareja. Se discute el rol de la severidad de las consecuencias en el cambio natural del consumo, posibles factores de protección y potenciales intervenciones.

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Biografía del autor/a

Karina Conde, IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
Becaria Posdoctoral
Aldana Lichtenberger, IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
Becaria Doctoral
Raquel Inés Peltzer, IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
Profesora UNMdP
Mariana Cremonte, IPSIBAT-UNMdP-CONICET
Investigadora Independiente ONICET-Profesora UNMdP

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2017-09-29
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Conde, K., Lichtenberger, A., Peltzer, R. I., & Cremonte, M. (2017). Consumo excesivo episódico de alcohol: cambio natural en estudiantes universitarios. Revista De Salud Pública, 21(2), 79-87. https://doi.org/10.31052/1853.1180.v21.n2.16809
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