Alcoholism is the consumption of alcohol excess and progressive adolescent is forbidden in adolescents and young adults between the ages of 12 and 20 While consumption of alcohol by persons under 21 years to see many young people have problems of excessive consumption. The causes of alcoholism among young people is very different from alcoholism. Although most adults drink when problems begin to younger people, as a celebration of the train or peer pressure against drinking water. Other causes are lack of parental support, harsh or inconsistent discipline, rejection of all forms of community or family. Alcohol consumption by parents may begin to lead to early teen life. Drinking and peer pressure are also associated with the consumption of adolescents. Control of confusion, anxiety, depression and the inability of his own emotional state can lead to drinking in adolescence. Influence of media, particularly advertising, which makes alcohol attractive is another cause of alcoholism among young people. Researchers are teenagers who drink before age 15 to start, four times more likely to drink alcohol than to develop after the age of 21. An estimated 3 million teenagers in the United States suffer from alcoholism. The dangers of alcohol abuse among young people, death, health problems, behavioral problems and legal ramifications. Accidents, such as traffic accidents, drowning, burns, homicides and unintentional injuries are often caused by observe violent behavior, which leads to death and suicide. Since the teenage brain is still in an evolutionary process, involving a drinking problem not only their development but also the power of thought and memory. Behavioral disorders, such as violent behavior and impulsivity are common in adolescents with severe alcohol problems seen. Because it is illegal to drink under 21, teenagers found with a blood alcohol level high can be fined or arrested. Adolescents with alcohol symptoms should be monitored and treated, as this can lead to serious health problems and scar their future permanently.