HERE is a lot to define in terms of alcohol consumption. Here are some things: (1) Drink alcohol beyond what the doctor or the law thinks fit, and do so regularly. It is “already causing harm” to the body, mind, and society, according to the World Health Organization. (2) Drinking too much alcohol is harmful to the body or mind, but it is not dependent on alcohol. (3) Alcohol-addicted, who “lose control, but must drink.” Such people crave alcohol, so they stop drinking despite various problems. He or she becomes ill or uncomfortable when he or she does not find alcohol.
Alcohol can be harmful to you, whether you are young or old, male or female, and from anywhere. What is the effect of alcohol on the body? What are the side effects of alcohol abuse? And what about the amount of moderate alcohol, in general, that is harmless?
Damn the mind
Ethanol is the name of the chemical or alcohol found in most alcohols. It is toxic, as it can damage the nervous system. Thus, drunkenness can be considered poisonous. If a person has too much alcohol in his body, he will lose consciousness and die. For example, a number of Japanese students die every year because of the so-called Ikki Nomi or drinking alcohol. The body can turn alcohol into harmless substances, but it does not do so quickly. Therefore, if the alcohol is not modified and then added, it will accumulate in the body and cause adverse effects on the brain. How does this look?
There are several chemicals that meet in the brain’s circulatory system, before we can speak, observe, regulate, think, or act. The work of these chemicals is numerous and interconnected. Alcohol, however, changes this, as some chemicals become inactive or inactive, transmitting the commands from one cell to another. Thus, the transmission of commands in the brain is changing, and it is no longer functioning properly. This is why after drinking alcohol , people lose their appetite, lose their vision, lose control, and lose control . These are usually indicative of a person’s intoxication.
While the person is still drinking, the chemicals cause his brain to adapt to the harmful effects of alcohol and to keep the circulatory system functioning properly. As a result, the person becomes more resistant to the previously unacceptable amount of alcohol, and the effect is reduced. Over time, the brain becomes so consumed with alcohol that it ceases to function without it. The person is already addicted to alcohol. His body is constantly craving alcohol to keep the chemicals in his brain functioning properly. Their work is completely disrupted once alcohol is not available. The person is anxious, trembling, or even attracted.
Not only does the chemical work in the brain change, but the brain itself does. The cells in the cell are depleted and destroyed. If the person stops drinking, the brain may regain some of its ability. However, their achievements may not be the same as they used to be, and they may further reduce memory and mental functioning. Long-term alcohol abuse is not the only problem in the brain. Research has shown that even short-term alcohol consumption can be harmful.
Cancer and cancer
The liver plays an important role in digestion. It also helps to regulate blood circulation, fight disease, and eliminate alcohol-like toxins. Long-term alcohol abuse can damage the liver. The fat then becomes congregated in the first place. Because it takes some time for the liver to absorb them, as the alcohol has to change. Thus, the person’s liver is filled with fat and he becomes ill. Over time, he has hepatitis or a liver tumor. Not only does alcohol reduce hepatitis, it can also make the body less resistant to hepatitis B and C viruses. * Cells will break and die if left untreated. Of course notThe cells may die, but the alcohol seems to speed up the process, causing further damage to the liver.
The person was eventually diagnosed with cirrhosis . The liver is filled with fungus, as the cells become inflamed and break down. Over time, it becomes stagnant and dense, but it is no longer soft. Finally, the blood flow to the liver is stopped due to the fungus. So it stopped working, and the person died.
There are other side effects of alcohol as well. It is less capable of fighting cancerous organisms, making it easier for people to develop liver cancer. However, it is also highly susceptible to cancer of the mouth, esophagus, knee, and gastrointestinal tract. Smokers and tobacco users are especially at risk, since the mouth fluids are easily absorbed by the cancerous substances found in tobacco. Women who drink daily are at greater risk of developing breast cancer. For example, studies have shown that those who drink three or more alcohols each day are at higher risk of developing breast cancer than those who do not.
The baby is poisoned
Alcohol can also have an adverse effect on the fetus, and it is very sad. According to an international newspaper, “Alcohol is the worst thing for a baby in the womb, compared to drugs or drugs not to be eaten.” When a pregnant woman drinks alcohol, alcohol also goes to her baby. At the time of conception, however, the worst effects of alcohol are. The central nervous system has been damaged, and has not been restored. The cells do not form properly. Prefabricated cells are destroyed. Others go where they should not.
What is the result? The child becomes vulnerable, especially to his or her mind. These are: he is weak-minded, has little speech and language control, is poorly developed, is very sluggish, and is deaf or poorly sighted. The faces of many children are also complex.
Even if the mother drank from her mother’s womb, the baby could still suffer from the effects of alcohol abuse. He may be unable to learn certain things or to engage in illegal activities. “You don’t have to be an alcoholic to harm a baby in your womb. Just because you drink, you endanger your child, ”says Professor Ann Streissguth, of the University of Washington, combating the harmful effects of alcohol and drugs, the baby in the womb. This is also the report of the French Association for Health and Medical Research ( Alcohol — Its Impact on Health): “Alcohol can be very dangerous during pregnancy. Never before has there been so much alcohol that is not harmful to the child. ” So it is best to avoid pregnancy or to give birth to pregnant women. *
Alcohol-related illnesses are more than just mentioned. According to the journal Naturein 2004, “people who drink less alcohol are more at risk of injury and illness than about 60.” So, what about moderate alcohol? Millions of people around the world drink from time to time because they are moderately ill. But what does it mean to be modest? Most people may think that they are moderate, if they are not drunk, or that they are addicted to alcohol. It is reported, however, that alcohol consumption in 1 European man out of 4 is considered dangerous.
A number of books say that the average amount of alcohol for men in a single day is one bottle of beer, one bottle of wine, or six large drinks. In the case of women, half a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, or three large drinks. French and British doctors say that one and a half bottles of beer are “average” for men in one day. Women have a bottle of beer. The American Association Against Alcoholism also recommends that people age 65 and over should drink only two bottles of beer, one-half wine, or three drinks. a day. *However, the effects of alcohol vary from person to person. Even some of these reasonable measures may seem excessive to some. ‘Alcohol, for example, can be dangerous for people who are depressed or anxious,’ according to a report by the US government. You should also look at age, treatment, and physical condition. — See the box “How to Reduce Accidents.”