Alcoholic polyneuropathy (A.K.A alcohol leg) is a neurological disorder in which
multiple peripheral nerves throughout the body malfunction simultaneously. ... In
most cases, the legs are affected f...
Aug 16, 2013 ... Alcohol affects your entire body in different ways. Sometimes, it can have an
effect on certain parts of your body without you even ...
While all body systems feel the effects of alcohol, the CNS is particularly sensitive
. ... That's because the first areas affected by small amounts of alcohol are those
... Slowed reaction time; Dulled hearing; Impaired vision; Weakened muscles ...
Oct 12, 2015 ... Find out how alcohol affects your body as it travels through your brain, heart, ...
whole system as it travels through your brain, heart, muscles, and penis ... into
your system post-workout before cracking open your first cold one.
Women vs. men Alcohol affects women more quickly and intensely due to a
typically ... Alcohol is not drawn into body fat as well as it draws into lean muscle
mass. ... Pour in more alcohol, and your body might force you to vomit (first sign of
Alcohol can have a double effect on the body, because at first it produces a great
... muscular strength is lost, and they can no longer control the urge to urinate, ...
cells produces immune system failure, which increases your risk of acquired ...
For the first time ever, women are drinking as much as men. But how does
excessive alcohol affect the female body? ... Muscles/bones. Heavy drinking can
Dec 12, 2014 ... It then makes its way around the whole body: your brain, your mood and your
muscles. The process starts within minutes of your first sip.
The Truth about what Alcohol Does to your Body. Immediate Effects of Alcohol ...
Continued alcohol consumption can affect nearly every part of the body. ... short
term effects like slurred speech, blurred vision, weakened muscles, decreased ...
Jul 4, 2014 ... Find out how alcohol affects five of the body's major organs, including ... in blood
alcohol concentration can begin 10 minutes after your first sip. ... Over time,
excessive alcohol consumption begins to weaken the heart muscle ...