Children Under Age 13 Living in Household. Less than high school. High school graduate or GED. Some college or higher. Currently Employed Full Time. Family Annual Income. Born in the United States.
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Self-Perceived Current Health. Currently Covered by Health Insurance. Census region. Respondents who reported Hispanic or Latino origin were coded as Hispanic or Latino regardless of race. Respondents were categorized as having a particular medical condition in the past year if they reported having the condition Question 16a and if a doctor or other health professional had diagnosed the condition Question 16b.
And now a few questions about your health. During the last 12 months, did you have. Did a doctor or other health professional tell you that you had Name of condition? In the last 12 months, did a doctor or other health professional tell you that you had schizophrenia or a psychotic illness or episode? In addition to alcohol use disorder, the AUDADIS-5 is designed to measure DSM-5 criteria for specific drug use disorders, tobacco use disorder, and selected mood, anxiety, trauma-related, eating, and personality disorders.
Sedatives, tranquilizers, opiates, and stimulants were counted only if used without or beyond the bounds of a prescription. Manifestation of at least 2 of the 11 criteria is required for a drug-specific use disorder diagnosis. The withdrawal criterion is not used for cannabis, hallucinogen, or inhalant use disorder diagnosis.
Tobacco use disorder was assessed for any tobacco product, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, snuff, chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, and e-liquid. Anxiety disorders included panic disorder Section 6 , agoraphobia Section 6A , social phobia Section 7 , specific phobias Section 8 , and generalized anxiety disorder Section 9.
Posttraumatic stress disorder Section 12 , anorexia nervosa Section 17 , bulimia nervosa Sections 17 and 18 , and binge-eating disorder Section 18 were also assessed. Questionnaire Section 10 includes items to assess borderline and schizotypal personality disorders. Antisocial personality disorder is assessed together with conduct disorder in Section 11, as they share many overlapping symptoms. To receive a formal DSM-5 diagnosis, a respondent needed to endorse a requisite number of symptoms pertaining to certain DSM-5 criteria.
Consistent with DSM-5 , prevalence estimates presented in the data tables are based on the past-year diagnoses that rule out substance-induced episodes or episodes due to a general medical condition. Four types of data tables i. In each table, data are shown for both sexes and all ages 18 years and older combined, separately for males and females 18 years and older, and separately for both sexes combined in each of four age categories 18—24 years, 25—44 years, 45—64 years, and 65 years and older.
The numbers presented are estimates because they are derived from a representative sample of respondents.
In a sample, each respondent represents one or more people in the population to which the estimates apply. For readers to assess the precision of the estimates provided, each estimate is accompanied by a value for the standard error of the estimate labeled S. Multiplying the standard error by 1.
This range defines a percent confidence interval that will have a percent chance of including the true value being estimated. Estimates with very large standard errors or based on very small samples can be extremely unreliable.
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In this manual, estimates with a relative standard error greater than 0. Relative standard error is a measure of the unreliability of the estimate, calculated by dividing the standard error by the value of the estimate Klein et al. In Table 4. It is important to note how missing values i.
In general, respondents with missing values on dichotomous variables i. This was the case for all medical conditions and psychiatric disorders. Therefore, the percent distribution of these variables does not always add to The estimates may not be greatly affected by missing values because, on average across subpopulation groups, only about 1—2 percent of respondents had missing data on these variables. The four table types are discussed in the following sections.
Numbers in the examples are highlighted in the tables in bold italic type. Tables through present percent distributions of alcohol-related measures. The portion of Table on the next page indicates that in the non-Hispanic White population ages 18 and older, These percentages add up to Similarly, the portion of Table a on the next page indicates that among non-Hispanic Whites ages 18 and older, Table Table a. Table b. It is important to remember that most of the percent distribution tables in this manual are based on past-year drinkers. As noted in the portion of Table b above, This is not the same as saying that As shown in the portion of Table a, the percentage of non-Hispanic Whites ages 18 and older who were moderate drinkers is The value of Conversely, the percentages in Table a divided by the proportions of past-year drinkers can be used to derive the percentages in Table b.
The percentages in Table b can also be derived by estimating the number of people in the numerator and denominator for each cell. Section 4. In some tables, the sum of percentage distribution may be less than because of missing values. Among non-Hispanic Black females, the vast majority of past-year drinkers Tables through show prevalence i. In the portion of Table shown below, the prevalence of cirrhosis of the liver among females with a mild DSM-5 alcohol use disorder is 0.
This means that for every 10, females ages 18 and older in the United States who had a mild DSM-5 alcohol use disorder, 32 reported having cirrhosis of the liver that a doctor or other health professional had diagnosed in the past year. However, the estimate is not reliable because it has a large standard error exceeding 30 percent of the estimate i. Tables through show prevalence of selected past-year psychiatric disorders. In the portion of Table below, the prevalence of major depressive disorder decreases with age, with The portion of Table below shows the prevalence of tobacco use disorder is Past-year drinker.
Major depressive disorder. Persistent depressive disorder. Bipolar 1 disorder. Tables and show the populations in thousands represented by the percent distributions and prevalence estimates in the earlier tables. Portions of each of these tables are reproduced on the following page. Data in the population tables can be used in conjunction with percent distribution tables and medical condition prevalence tables to derive estimates of the number of people in each of the specific categories, as illustrated by the following examples.
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As noted earlier in Table , Multiplying , thousand by Table a shows that The estimated , thousand past-year drinkers ages 18 years and older times The population estimates in Tables and can be used in a similar way with the medical condition prevalence estimates in Tables through and with the psychiatric disorder prevalence estimates in Tables through As mentioned above, the prevalence of past-year cirrhosis of liver is 0.
Multiplying the total number of females in this group 6, thousand, from the portion of Table below by 0. A similar calculation using data from Table Washington, D. NIH Publication No. Dawson, D. Changes in alcohol consumption: United States, — to — Drug and Alcohol Dependence , — Grant, B. JAMA Psychiatry , — Hasin, D. Prevalence of marijuana use disorders in the United States between — and — Klein, R. Healthy People criteria for data suppression. Healthy People Statistical Notes 24 :1— Meister, K. Moderate Alcohol Consumption and Health. Rethinking Drinking: Alcohol and Your Health.
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Recommended Citation Chen, C. List of Exhibits List of Tables Foreword 1. Introduction 2. Data Source 3. Data Coverage 3. Data Tables 4. References List of Exhibits Exhibit 1. Drinking status in the past year 2a. Average drinking level in the past year 2b. Average drinking level in the past year among past-year drinkers 3. Alcoholic beverage preference in the past year among past-year drinkers 7. Age at first drink among past-year drinkers 8. Family history of alcoholism among past-year drinkers 9.
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Age at first drink among past-year drinkers 4. DSM-5 alcohol use disorder in the past year among past-year drinkers Population estimates in 1,s , by sex, age group, and selected respondent characteristics, United States, — Foreword One of the most important tools in health policy and planning is good data. Data Coverage Data provided in this manual include items associated with alcohol and other selected information, as described in sections 3. All the reported frequencies of drinking were converted to number of drinking days per year, using the midpoints of the categorical response options e.
For respondents who did not drink the type of beverage in question, the frequency was set to zero. The sum of these two products, representing the total number of drinks consumed per year, was then multiplied by the ethanol content of the drink in ounces, derived by multiplying the size of drink in ounces times the ethanol content by volume. The resulting annual volume of ethanol intake was divided by to yield average daily ethanol intake of the beverage in question.
These volumes were then summed across beverages to yield the overall average daily volume of ethanol intake. Again, this sum of products was multiplied by the ethanol content per drink see the chart of ethanol content per drink shown previously and divided by to yield average daily ethanol intake of the beverage in question, and volumes were summed across beverages to yield the overall average daily volume of ethanol intake.
Assuming that one standard drink contains 0. Has your blood or natural father been an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in his life? Has your blood or natural mother been an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in her life? Was your full brother an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in his life? How many of your full brothers are now, or were in the past, alcoholics or problem drinkers?
Was your full sister an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in her life? How many of your full sisters are now, or were in the past, alcoholics or problem drinkers? Was your natural son an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in his life? How many of your natural sons are now, or were in the past, alcoholics or problem drinkers? Was your natural daughter an alcoholic or problem drinker at ANY time in her life? How many of your natural daughters are now, or were in the past, alcoholics or problem drinkers? Have a period when you kept on drinking for longer than you had intended to.
Have a period when you spent a lot of time being sick or getting over the bad aftereffects of drinking. Continue to drink even though it was causing you problems at school or at work. Continue to drink even though it was causing you trouble with your family or friends. Get into physical fights while drinking or right after drinking. Give up or cut down on activities that you were interested in or that gave you pleasure in order to drink. Drive a car, motorcycle, truck, boat or other vehicle and have an accident WHILE you were under the influence of alcohol?
More than once drive a car, motorcycle, truck, boat, or other vehicle AFTER having too much to drink. Continue to drink even though you knew it was causing you a health problem or making a health problem worse. Continue to drink even though you had experienced a prior blackout, that is, awakened the next day not being able to remember some of the things you did while drinking or after drinking. Find that you had to drink much more than you once did to get the effect you wanted.
Drink as much as a fifth of liquor in one day, that would be about 20 drinks, or 3 bottles of wine, or as much as 3 six-packs of beer in a single day. This includes the morning after drinking or in the first few days after stopping or cutting down. Find yourself shaking or your hands trembling? Feel anxious or nervous? Feel sick to your stomach or vomit when the effects of alcohol were wearing off?
Feel more restless than is usual for you? Find yourself sweating or your heart beating fast? Have fits or seizures? For each one, please tell me if you have ever gone there for any reason related to your drinking. Family services or other social service agency? Alcohol or drug detoxification ward or clinic?
Inpatient ward of a psychiatric or general hospital or community mental health program? Outpatient clinic, including outreach programs and day or partial patient programs? Alcohol or drug rehabilitation program? Emergency room for any reason related to your drinking? Halfway house, including therapeutic communities? Crisis center for any reason related to your drinking? Employee assistance program EAP? Clergyman, priest, rabbi or any other religious counselor for any reason related to your drinking?
Private physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, or any other professional? Any other agency or professional? Cirrhosis of the liver? Any other form of liver disease? Hardening of the arteries or arteriosclerosis? Diabetes or sugar diabetes? High blood pressure or hypertension?
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