Even though alcohol affects each individual differently, regularly drinking excessively is quite likely to create problems in both the short and long term.
The effects of alcohol are dependent on a variety of elements, involving:
Quantity of body fat or muscle mass
Additional medications and substances in your body
Various other chemical compounds in your beverages
How fast you drink
The quantity of food in your stomach
Tolerance to alcohol
Physical well being
Psychological wellness and emotional condition.
Alcohol poisoning, death and coma Memory loss
Personal injuries connected with slips, accidents, physical violence and deliberate self-harm
Extreme emotional states (aggression, elation, despondency).
Lack of motor skills.
Lack of inhibitions and a fraudulent feeling of confidence.
Motor vehicle, bike and pedestrian mishaps.
Nausea and throwing up.
Slowed reflexive responses.
Alcohol addictionAlcohol related brain injury.
Cancers (including tumors of the mouth, throat, larynx, oesophagus, bowel (in men) and breast (in females).
Cirrhosis and liver diseases.
Attention and permanent memory troubles.
Heart and cerebrovascular diseases consisting of hypertension and stroke.
Poor nutritional requirements.
Issues with the neurons of the legs and arms.
Reproductive and sexual problems (erectile dysfunction, fertility).
Body skin problems.
Stomach grievances and difficulties.
Relatives and relationship issues.
Substandard on the job productivity.
Juridical and personal economic strains.