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www.livestrong.com/article/151469-which-muscles-in-your-body-are-affected-by-alcohol-first

Alcohol affects your entire body in different ways. Sometimes, it can have an effect on certain parts of your body without you even realizing—effects that can threaten your health and your safety. Eyes. Alcohol affects the muscles within your eyes in the first few hours of drinking, which can result in blurred or double vision or ...

www.answers.com/Q/Which_muscles_in_your_body_are_affected_by_alcohol_first_a_eye_muscles_b_hand_muscles_c_leg_muscles

A. Eye muscles.

www.medicaldaily.com/alcohols-effect-body-5-majors-organs-are-being-destroyed-your-alcohol-consumption-291440

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 Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the immediate effects of alcohol including an increase in blood alcohol concentration can begin 10 minutes after your first sip ...

www.teensadvisor.com/drugs-alcohol/alcohol-effects.html

The following is a summary of the effects that alcohol has on your body. General Effect ... The alcohol intoxicated person exhibits loose muscle tone, loss of fine motor coordination, and often has a staggering "drunken" gait. ... Violent vomiting is usually the first symptom, as the body tries to rid itself of the alcohol. Extreme ...

wellness.ucsd.edu/studenthealth/resources/health-topics/alcohol-drugs/Pages/alcohol-nutrition-endurance.aspx

In order to build bigger and stronger muscles, your body needs sleep to repair itself after a workout. Because of alcohol's effect on sleep, however, your body is robbed of a precious chemical called "human growth hormone" or HGH. HGH is part of the normal muscle-building and repair process and the body's way of telling ...

sciencenetlinks.com/student-teacher-sheets/alcohol-and-your-brain

The peripheral nervous system, which includes neurons, forms a network that carries information to the neck and arms, trunk, legs, skeletal muscles, and internal organs. What happens to the CNS after drinking? While all body systems feel the effects of alcohol, the CNS is particularly sensitive. That's because alcohol can ...

www.drinkingandyou.com/site/us/health/effects.htm

Alcohol is absorbed into your body through the stomach and small intestines. Food slows down the rate of absorption - that's why alcohol affects you more quickly on an empty stomach. Alcohol then flows through the bloodstream throughout the body, reaching your heart, brain, muscles and other tissues. This happens very ...

www.menshealth.com/health/your-body-on-booze

Oct 12, 2015 ... Find out how alcohol affects your body as it travels through your brain, heart, muscles, penis, and more.

www.quitalcohol.com/the-truth-about-what-alcohol-does-to-your-body.html

Want to know the truth about what alcohol does to your body? Alcohol effects every part of your body, including your brain, liver, stomach, and more. ... From the First Sip. When alcohol is consumed, around 33% of it gets absorbed immediately into the blood, through the stomach lining. The remaining alcohol is absorbed ...