Alcohol and other drug use, and mental distress in the women's universe.

  title={Alcohol and other drug use, and mental distress in the women's universe.},
  author={Fernando Jos{\'e} Guedes da Silva J{\'u}nior and Claudete Ferreira de Sousa Monteiro},
  journal={Revista brasileira de enfermagem},
  volume={73 1},
OBJECTIVE to analyze the relationship between alcohol and other drug use, and mental distress among women. METHOD an analytical cross-sectional study conducted with 369 women in Piauí State. Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, Non-Student Drugs Use Questionnaire and Self-Reporting Questionnaire and inferential statistics were used. RESULTS women with heavy alcohol consumption (zone IV - possible dependence) are 2.1 times more likely to have mental distress. Consuming tobacco… Expand
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