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Aug 1, 2015 ... But alcohol does damage some of your 86 billion brain cells, ... about 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of distilled spirits per hour. ... that the disease and cell death aren't caused by the alcohol itself, but a B1 ...


Moderate alcohol intake doesn't kill brain cells, or even damage them. ... brain cells, and while rampant alcohol use can damage the brain, it's not due to cell death. ... Dendrites are key for passing messages from one neuron to another, so a ...


Find out if alcohol kills brain cells and what an alcoholic brain is like. ... one observation of a drunken person is enough to convince you that alcohol directly affects the brain. People who drink enough to get drunk often end up with slurred speech and ... Many of them suffer from headaches, nausea and other unpleasant side ...


Reality: Even in heavy drinkers, alcohol consumption doesn't kill brain cells. ... dendrites, which makes it difficult for neurons to relay messages to one another.


Here's How Many Brain Cells a Night of Drinking Actually Kills ... to your brain on alcohol: While the whiskey shots you took aren't killing your brain cells, ... tree- like branches at the end of neurons that carry messages from one cell to another.


Nov 23, 2004 ... Many studies have linked drinking with mental deficits, and long-term ... THE BOTTOM LINE -- Alcohol may not kill brain cells per se, but it can ...


Some of these impairments are detectable after only one or two drinks and quickly .... In fact, studies performed after death indicate that many cases of thiamine .... Understanding how alcohol interacts with brain stem cells and what happens to ...


Nov 3, 2015 ... "It does interfere with how neurons communicate, affecting one's ability to perform ... So no, brain cell death isn't the culprit when you find yourself a total blubbering ... But what if I drink enough booze to kill a Russian platoon?


Mar 10, 2013 ... Or wonder whether that final glass of wine was too much for those tiny cells, ... with each other, sending signals from one part of the brain to the other, ... The available evidence suggests alcohol doesn't kill brain cells directly.


Sep 2, 2014 ... Does alcohol really kill brain cells or is this just a decades-old scare tactic? ... Alcohol damages just about every vital organ in our bodies. ... rampage does minor damage and most definitely does not result in the cell's death.