Wernicke’s Korsakoff syndrome is a brain disorder which is caused by a deficiency of the Vitamin known as Thiamine. Vitamin B 1. It usually happens in people with heavy and long-term alcohol abuse. It can also happen in other conditions which leads to loss of Vitamin B1.
Psychosis is defined as a condition where a person hears sounds and voices that are not present (hallucinations) and believes things that are untrue (delusions).
Alcohol dependence is defined as a strong and uncontrollable urge for alcohol and is often concerning since it can put the person’s mental and physical health at risk and will need medical input.
Both men and women should not exceed more than 14 units of alcohol per week. They must not drink all of this at one go and must have some alcohol-free days in a week.