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  • Ok... Diziness, slurred speech, impartial vision, feeling sick, tiredness, headaches, loss of balance and feeling very lightheaded. AFTERWARDS Headaches, feeling sick, loss of memory, tiredness, feeling generally awful. Hope that helps!
  • Despite the short term effects of drinking alcohol, which include impaired judment, slurred speech, loss of motory skills, loss of balance, nausea, and slowed reaction time, there are some long term effects that you should think about if you are a heavy drinker. Alcohol kills brain cells, pure and simple. Alcohol actually kills more brain cells at a much quicker rate than marajuana. Another effect is over long term use, drinking heavily increases your risk of getting diabetes. This is because every alcohol is processed by your body as a sugar. It will actually start turning into an alcohol sugar as soon as it touches your tongue. If you are either hypo- or hyperglycemic, you should seriously consider the ramifications of drinking and consult your physician for anymore definitive answers.
  • NAME : Ethyl Alcohol CHEMICAL NAME : Ethanol ALTERNATE CHEMICAL NAMES : absolute alcohol; anhydrous alcohol; dehydrated alcohol Note 'dehydrated alcohol' Alcohol is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream from the small intestine, and less rapidly from the stomach and colon. In proportion to its concentration in the bloodstream, alcohol decreases activity in parts of the brain and spinal cord. The drinker's blood alcohol concentration depends on: * the amount consumed in a given time * the drinker's size, sex, body build, and metabolism * the type and amount of food in the stomach. Once the alcohol has passed into the blood, however, no food or beverage can retard or interfere with its effects. Fruit sugar, however, in some cases can shorten the duration of alcohol's effect by speeding up its elimination from the blood. In the average adult, the rate of metabolism is about 8.5 g of alcohol per hour (i.e. about two-thirds of a regular beer or about 30 mL of spirits an hour). This rate can vary dramatically among individuals, however, depending on such diverse factors as usual amount of drinking, physique, sex, liver size, and genetic factors. ----- Alcohol causes extreme dehydration. It seeks and absorbs water. Vomitting, sweating, and excessive excersize that may occur while drunk increases this even more. A wise wo/man would drink several glasses of water before passing out.
  • Pathologically, there are three main effects of alcohol on the body---on the brain, the heart, and the liver. So the alcoholic commonly develops diseases in each of these organs. Profound mental changes occur with long term use of alcohol. Multiple neurological diseases can happen, and the liver can be practically destroyed (manifested by jaundice, cirrhosis, and mental chages resulting from the liver's inability to remove toxins from the blood). Other organs are affected, but the primary changes are in these organs.
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  • I know that drinking large quantities of alcohol on a regular basis can lead to wetbrain. This is a disorder that occurs by the degeneration of brain cells in the hippocampus. This leads to blackouts in which the individual has no memory of the events occuring during drinking or brownouts when the individual doesn't initially remember, but with prompting can recall certain events.

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