It seems to me that this is a stereotype, but if you think about it, this may be due to the fact that men control their aggression more, suppress it, and alcohol reduces this control, and therefore the manifestations are stronger in men. In general, in any case, alcoholism is when alcohol rules a person, not him.
The fact is that in addition to the smaller amount of enzymes (alcohol-, aldehyde dehydrogenase) in women, alcohol dependence has a more stable course. And relapses are observed in approximately 100% of chronic alcoholism.
The number of enzymes involved in the breakdown of alcohol in women is less than in men. Therefore, equal doses of alcohol consumed have a more pronounced and long-term toxic effect. The negative impact on the body of women begins much earlier than they realize the painfulness
of their condition.