|Rate per 1,000 population of selected DSM-IV psychiatric disorders,1 by sex, according to average drinking level2 in the past year, among current drinkers,3 United States, NESARC, 2001–2002.
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S.E.: standard error.
#Unreliable estimate with relative standard error > 0.3.
1 Substance use disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and pathological gambling are past-year diagnoses; conduct and personality disorders are lifetime diagnoses.
2 Light drinker: 3 or fewer drinks per week on average. Moderate drinker: on average more than 3 drinks and up to 7 drinks per week for women and more than 3 drinks and up to 14 drinks per week for men.Heavier drinker: on average more than 1 drink per day for women and more than 2 drinks per day for men.
3 Current drinker: 1 or more drinks in the past year.
SOURCE: Alcohol Epidemiologic Data System. Chen, C.M.; Yi, H.; Falk D.E., Stinson, F.S.; Dawson, D.A.; and Grant, B.F. Alcohol Use and Alcohol Use Disorder in the United States: Main Findings from the 2001–2002 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC). U.S. Alcohol Epidemiologic Data Reference Manual, Vol. 8, Number 1. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (January 2006).