Why is alcohol considered a drug?

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Jul 4, 2017

Answer:

Alcohol is considered a drug because it has an anti-depressant effect and alters personality and perceptions.

Explanation:

Alcohol is not widely accepted as a drug because of its wide usage in social drinking.

However, because of its anti-depressant properties, it is considered a drug. Alcohol also has an effect on the perceptions, emotions, vision, movements, speech, coordination, etc of the person consuming it.