Consequences of alcohol consumption
The consequences by alcohol consumption can be observed in the medium and long term.
The first damage which was observed in ethylic substances consumer has mood swings and after present problems in the family environment.
Impairment of brain cells, receiving large amounts of ethanol, deteriorate the neurotransmitters in the Central Nervous System, causing the alteration of motor control, loss of balance, incorrect pronunciation, alteration of perception. The alcoholic patient can reach the third phase called “delirium tremens” there are already symptoms of alcohol withdrawal syndrome.
Damage to the gastrointestinal tract motivate a increasing the production of gastric acid and the appearance of ulcers and later cancer. Deterioration of the heart weakens the heart muscle walls, and damage to the liver (cirrhosis)…