Even though alcohol affects each person in a different way, routinely consuming alcohol to excess is likely to cause troubles in both the long and short term.
The effects of alcohol are dependent on a range of factors, involving:
Quantity of body fat or muscle
Additional pharmaceuticals and drugs in a persons system
Other types of chemicals in your drinks
How fast you drink
The quantity of food in the belly
Alcohol consumption history
Tolerance to alcohol (ETOH)
Personal well being
Psychological condition and emotional state.
Alcohol poisoning, death and coma Memory loss
Accidents linked to tumbles, accidents, violence and intentional self-harm
Intense mental states (hostility, elation, despondency).
Loss of co-ordination.
Loss of inhibitions and a fraudulent feeling of confidence.
Automobile, bike and pedestrian incidents.
Queasiness and vomiting.
Alcohol dependenceAlcohol related brain trauma.
Cancers (encompassing tumors of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, bowel (in males) and breast (in women).
Cirrhosis and liver failure.
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Focusing and long-term memory troubles.
Heart and cerebrovascular illness including hypertension and stroke.
Poor health and nutrition.
Difficulties with the neurons of the arms and legs.
Sexual and reproductive difficulties (impotence, fertility).
Stomach complaints and difficulties.
Relatives and relationship problems.
Substandard on the job productivity.
Juridical and monetary problems.