How does alcohol affect us? :champagne: (Halucinations (, For people with…
How does alcohol affect us? :champagne:
Alcohol prevents your body from properly absorbing the vitamins and minerals from foods you eat.
Men who have alcohol use disorder are more likely to experience erectile dysfunction.
Alcohol consumption can damage your intestines, which can lead to bouts of diarrhea or stomach pain.
For people with alcohol dependence, a sudden withdrawal may cause serious complications, including halucinations.
Alcohol can change your typical behaviors and leave you without mental clarity to make smart decisions
Alcohol can interfere with your brain makes memories.It's possible to wake up with no recollection of what you did while you were drinking or even before
The liver is an organ which helps break down and remove harmful substances from your body, including alcohol. Long-term alcohol use interferes with this process. It also increases your risk for chronic liver inflammation and liver disease. The scarring caused by this inflammation is known as cirrhosis.
Alcohol can affect your heart and lungs. People who are chronic drinkers of alcohol have a higher risk of heart-related issues than people who do not drink. Women who drink are more likely to develop heart disease than men who drink.
Circulatory system complications include:
difficulty pumping blood through the body
high blood pressure
Digestive and endocrine glands
Drinking too much alcohol can cause abnormal activation of digestive enzymes produced by the pancreas. Buildup of these enzymes can lead to inflammation known as pancreatitis. Pancreatitis can become a long-term condition and cause serious complications.
Drinking too much alcohol causes you to puke and pee uncontrollably
Long-term exposure to alcohol can shrink the frontal lobes of your brain.