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What are some negative effects that alcohol brings with it?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 03 Mar '11 09:37 am
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Higher intake of alcohol or a few shots in succession (more than a person's body can handle) can lead to intoxication on a serious level, which will, in turn, lead to speech impairment, hampered vision, dizziness, wooziness, slower reflexes, sense of nausea, vomiting, passing out, hangover after waking up coupled with headache, fatigue, and dehydration. It may also lead to alcohol poisoning and hospitalization if the intake is more than what a persons body can tolerate.
Consuming alcohol on a regular basis makes one's body tolerant to it; as a result more and more amount of shots will have to be taken by the person to get the desired state of high that one gets from alcohol. Itll slowly turn into addiction as the body will now demand it in more quantities and at frequent intervals. Leaving this addiction has further set of side effects added to the bundle.
Moderate consumption of alcohol (1-2 glasses of wine) is known to have positive side effects on the body including lowered risk ...more
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Answered by zohra imam, 03 Mar '11 09:41 am

 
  
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Lever problem and consupt our blood
Answered by Shiva, 03 Mar '11 03:26 pm

 
  
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Higher intake of alcohol or a few shots in succession (more than a persons body can handle) can lead to intoxication on a serious level, which will, in turn, lead to speech impairment, hampered vision, dizziness, wooziness, slower reflexes, sense of nausea, vomiting, passing out, hangover after waking up coupled with headache, fatigue, and dehydration. It may also lead to alcohol poisoning and hospitalization if the intake is more than what a persons body can tolerate.
Consuming alcohol on a regular basis makes ones body tolerant to it; as a result more and more amount of shots will have to be taken by the person to get the desired state of high that one gets from alcohol. Itll slowly turn into addiction as the body will now demand it in more quantities and at frequent intervals. Leaving this addiction has further set of side effects added to the bundle.
Moderate consumption of alcohol (1-2 glasses of wine) is known to have positive side effects on the body including lowered risk for ...more
Answered by Ram, 03 Mar '11 10:08 am

 
  
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There are many but you must know it's SEVEN side effects first ...
1. Symptom : Cold and humid feet.
Cause : Glass is being held at incorrect angle (You are pouring the Drink on your feet).
Cure: Maneuver glass until open end is facing upward

2. Symptom : The wall facing you is full of lights.
Cause : You're lying on the floor.
Cure: Position your body at a 90-degree angle to the floor.

3. Symptom : The floor looks blurry. ...more
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 03 Mar '11 10:04 am

 
  
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It ffects brain and liver
Answered by anil garg, 03 Mar '11 06:05 pm

 
  
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