|Rate per 1,000 population of selected DSM-IV psychiatric disorders,1 by sex, according to having exceeded daily and weekly low-risk drinking limits2 in the past year, among current drinkers,3 United States, 2001–2002.
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S.E.: standard error.
#Unreliable estimate with relative standard error > 0.3.
1Substance use disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and pathological gambling are past-year diagnoses; conduct and personality disorders are lifetime diagnoses.
2Exceeding daily drinking limit: 5+ drinks for men and 4+ drinks for women on one or more occasions or the usual or largest ethanol intake of any beverage type greater than 4.5 drinks for men and greater than 3.5 drinks for women. Exceeding weekly drinking limit: on average more than 14 drinks per week for men and more than 7 drinks per week for women.
3Current 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).