The Bad Effects Of Drinking Alcohol

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Sigmanews- Alcohol is a toxic compound that can be found in several types of beverages such as beer, wine or liquor circulating in the community. These compounds are often referred to as ethanol, can be obtained from the fermentation of carbohydrates by certain microorganisms.

If a person drinks alcohol, the body will absorb alcohol through the digestive tract wall and straight into the bloodstream. Liver alcohol will make it into other compounds. Alcohol metabolism by the liver will be done quickly, so that within a short time of alcohol in the blood will be lost.

However, the liver has a limit in the processing of alcohol. If a person consumes too much alcohol, the liver cells can not properly process the alcohol, therefore alcohol can accumulate in the blood and can cause a variety of disorders of the body, especially the liver.

Liver can be damaged due to work continuously. The damage caused when the liver is not able to rest in the form of fatty liver that can eventually lead to alcoholic cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is a term used to describe the downsizing of the liver. If the liver is already experiencing the liver Cirrhosis unlike normal circumstances, the liver will be hard pressed to neutralize the compounds that enter the liver. In addition, most of the consumption of alcohol also affects appetite, people who frequently consume alcohol would be hard to eat. This happens because alcohol drinkers appetite will decrease drastically. In addition to decreased appetite, here are some of the adverse effects that can happen to your body if you drink too much alcohol.

·         Increased risk of cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, stroke, and heart

·         Increased risk of cancers such as liver, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, breast.

·         Causes of kidney disease and renal failure.

·         Causing like to forget and lose balance while standing or walking.

·         Causes of depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

·         Trigger or aggravate gout.


Editor : Bonza