Although alcohol impacts each person differently, routinely drinking to excess is very likely to cause complications in both the long and short term.
The consequences of alcohol hinge on a variety of factors, involving:
Amount of fat or muscle mass
Various other pharmaceuticals and drugs in a persons body
Other types of chemicals in your beverages
How quickly you consume alcohol
The quantity of food in your stomach
Alcohol consumption history
Tolerance to alcohol
Personal health and fitness
Psychological health and emotional state.
Alcohol poisoning, coma and death Memory loss
Injuries linked to falls, mishaps, physical violence and intentional self-harm
Intense moods (aggression, bliss, anxiety).
Lack of motor skills.
Lack of inhibitions and a false sense of self-confidence.
Motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian mishaps.
recovery and retching.
Slowed reflexive responses.
AlcoholismAlcohol related brain trauma.
Many forms of cancers (including most cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, bowel (in men) and breast (in women).
Hardened liver and liver failure.
Focusing and permanent memory problems.
Heart and cerebrovascular conditions including hypertension and stroke.
Poor nutritional requirements.
Troubles with the nerves of the legs and arms.
Sex-related and reproductive issues (impotence, fertility).
Body skin issues.
Stomach complaints and issues.
Family and relationship problems.
Substandard work performance.
Juridical and monetary strains.