Alcohol Impacts Every Individual Differently Due to Our Unique Physical and Pyschological Makeup
Although alcohol affects each person in a different way, habitually drinking excessively is very likely to result in complications in both the short and long term.
The impacts of alcohol are dependent on a range of factors, consisting of:
Quantity of fat or muscle mass
Age Other types of medicines and drugs in the body
Various other chemicals in your drinks
How quick you consume alcohol
The amount of food in the stomach
Tolerance to alcohol
Mental health and psychological state.
Alcohol poisoning, death and coma Memory loss
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Personal injuries related to slips, mishaps, violence and deliberate self-harm
Extreme state of minds (aggressiveness, bliss, despondency).
Absence of motor skills.
Loss of inhibitions and an inaccurate feeling of self-confidence.
Automobile, bicycle and pedestrian mishaps.
Nausea and retching.
Sluggish reflexive responses.
Alcohol related brain trauma.
Cancers (including most cancers of the mouth, throat, larynx, oesophagus, bowel (in males) and breast (in women).
Hardened liver and liver diseases.
Concentration and long-term memory troubles.
Heart and cerebrovascular illness consisting of hypertension and stroke.
Insufficient health and nutrition.
Problems with the nerves of the arms and legs.
Sexual and reproductive system issues (erectile dysfunction, fertility).
Stomach complaints and issues.
Household and relationship difficulties.
Substandard work performance.
Juridical and personal economic troubles.
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