Unveiling the Dark Side: 10 Common and Often overlooked side-effects of Alcohol
It’s important to be aware of the potential side effects of alcohol consumption, as it can have detrimental effects on our physical and mental health. In this article, we’ll explore some of the common side effects of alcohol and the importance of responsible drinking.
10 Side effects of alcohol
Reading about the side effects of alcohol is a sobering reminder of the potential harm it can cause to our health and well-being.
Alcohol is poisonous for brain
It takes six minutes for alcohol to reach the brain. After reaching the head, alcohol affects the neurotransmitters of the brain. Because of this the centre of the nervous system is affected.
Harmful to the liver
Liver removes harmful elements from our body. Alcohol also comes in harmful substances. But alcohol that reaches the liver for the first time is not completely broken down.
Bad effect on many organs
It reaches bile, phlegm and bones, alcohol reaching here brings many changes.
Too much alcohol affects your brain. The body starts messing up in sensing the surrounding environment, the ability to decide and concentrate starts to weaken.
Anger starts rising Drinking
Excessive amount of alcohol makes a person unconscious. The feeling of despair and anger starts increasing in him. In 2012, 3.3 million people died in accidents or violence after drinking alcohol worldwide.
The ratio of essential elements gets disturbed
Drinking too much alcohol for a long time does not provide vitamin B1 and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome starts to flourish. Apart from this, due to the effect of alcohol on the brain, the risk of developing dementia increases.
It also affects the food pipe
Alcohol affects the phlegm membrane in the mouth and throat and affects the food pipe. If this happens for a long time, the body is not able to protect itself from the harmful elements and it has far-reaching effects.
There is also a risk of cancer
Consuming alcohol can lead to gallstone infection. Alcohol is also responsible for breast cancer and colon cancer. Harmful elements are formed as soon as alcohol is digested in the liver, which damages the liver cells.
Vomiting, Headache and Dizziness
Alcohol converts to acetaldehyde and acetaldehyde to acetic acid. But if acetaldehyde does not convert into acetic acid, then acetaldehyde is formed.
Consumption of alcohol can cause infertility problems
It has been said in many studies that drinking alcohol in pregnant women can harm them as well as the baby growing in their womb.
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