Alcohol does not kill brain cells. That is a myth spread by temperance activists who wanted to scare people into abstaining. Research has demonstrated that drinking alcohol in moderation reduces the risk of developing senility, including Alzheimer's disease.
Of course, it's unwise to abuse alcohol even though it doesn't destroy brain cells.
Alcohol can affect the nervous system, a major part of which is the brain. When too much alcohol enters the brain it can affect its functioning.
After drinking alcohol, the brain becomes fuzzy because of dehydration. Also due to alcohol fumes, it becomes fuzzy.
Some potential long-term effects of alcohol on the brain include: cardiovascular health issues that increase the risk of stroke brain shrinkage poor circulation to the brain dementia nutritional deficiencies that may damage the brain or cause an alcohol-related type of dementia called Korsakoff syndrome mental health issues, including hallucinations and psychosis changes in mood or personality
Fetal alcohol syndrome of the brain.
Even though alcohol lis legal, it is arguably the single most dangerous substance there is. At higher blood levels it is toxic and even fatal. It kills brain cells and it destroys liver function. Evidence is that at moderate amounts alcohol is associated with slightly longer life, but it is not entirely clear that this isn't because those who drink moderately also take better care of themselves in general. People who are addicted to alcohol, and people who have a physiological dependence on alcohol have to stop or they will destroy their lives and the lives of those close to them.
Nerve cells do not regenerate, regardless of how they are damaged.
Aside from the obvious effects that the imbiber feels, there is the matter of brain cell damage. Alcohol kills brain cells, and brain cells are not replaceable. Think about that while you still can.
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There are no absolute proven facts about the long-term effects of marijuana. The obvious short-term effects are memory loss, euphoria, slow reaction time (which is why you should not drive under the influence of any drug), forgetfulness, laughing when nothing is funny, etc. But there are proven facts that show that cannabis has healing properties, such as pain management. To find out more about long and short term effects, I suggest going to www.google.com for research. But I warn you, there are so many conflicting viewpoints that you may get confused. You will just have to come up with your own theory.
Alcohol abuse and misuse can.
Alcohol does not kill brain cells.
Only a small proportion of alcohol goes to the brain.