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1 Chronic consumption of alcohol has a very negative effect on the human body Not only does it impair your judgment but it is also very harmful to the organs in your body When someone consumes more than enough alcohol it tends to lead to Brain Liver Kidney and Cardiovascular system failure These are all very important attributers of you body Continuous chronic drinking over time leaves permanent changes on your brain Alcohol acts as a sedative on the Central Nervous system damaging the nerve cells in the brain dulling and damaging their ability to react to thigns One thing alcohol does to your brain is it reduces the amount of brain tissue It can also slowly learn to deprive your body of the essential nutrients and vitamins in food Another thing that can happen with frequent consumption of alcohol is it can lead to short term memory loss The most dangerous organ that alcohol can cause to fail is your liver If alcohol is consumed in large amounts frequently it causes the liver cells to die and prevents the liver from effectively working If alcohol is taken in small amounts less frequently the liver tissue had time to rebuild its self The build up of alcohol in the blood stream can cause blood clots alcohol hepatitis and then Cirrhoses If your liver fails it will cause the person to be in a coma or even die Your kidneys serve the purpose as a sort of a filter that filters the blood in your body If you consume alcohol or any type of drug it acts as a kind of poison that can pass through with your blood Your kidneys are very tough and work hard to filter out all the poisons that enter your body so the more alcohol you drink the harder your kidneys have to work and the more it has to filter Consistent use of alcohol builds up
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