Alcohol Dependent Individuals Show Greater Risk of Suicide in Evening Hours

SCIENCE DAILY (06/14) – A new study found that there is a circadian pattern of peak and nadir in the incidence of suicides committed in alcohol dependent individuals. Subjects who consumed heavy amounts of alcohol had a peak incidence of suicide at 9PM, and a low around 5PM. In contrast, the peak incidence was around 12 PM for those individuals who did not drink or drank moderately and a low at 4 AM. Read more

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