The long-term effects of alcohol (ethanol) consumption range from
cardioprotective health ..... This inverse association was consistent across strata
of age, sex, and body mass index." Frequenc...
Drinking too much – on a single occasion or over time – can take a serious toll on
your health. Here's how alcohol can affect your body: Brain: Alcohol interferes ...
As well as the recognised immediate effects of drinking too much, such as
nausea ... which can affect the lungs, liver, brain and other body systems, and
Oct 12, 2015 ... Find out how alcohol affects your body as it travels through your ... Thanks to its
job breaking down toxins, your liver bears the brunt of heavy drinking. ... But if
you start to overdo it, alcohol can certainly have negative effects.
“I decided to stop drinking. I lay awake most of that night, and by noon the next
day every bone in my body ached. In a blind panic, I nervously poured a glass full
When alcohol is continuously consumed over a period of time it begins to affect
the body in many ways. Alcohol consumption increases the risk of many cancers
Experts describe 12 health risks linked to chronic heavy drinking. ... "Alcohol
does all kinds of things in the body, and we're not fully aware of all its effects,"
Drinking alcohol affects the body in many ways. These effects can lead to
physical and mental changes that can put alcohol users and others at risk of
injury or ...
Jul 4, 2014 ... Unfortunately, when drinking becomes a problem the effects can be disastrous
for the health of the human body. According to the National ...
In addition to serious ramifications for the user's career, family and friends,
alcoholism can cause irreversible damage to critical organs and body systems:.