Drinking alcohol temporarily makes the heart beat slower than usual. Consuming alcohol in moderation reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by about 40% and increases the chances of surviving a heart attack.
it damage your cells and impulse your heart
Yes. Abuse of alcohol, over the years, can enlarge your heart. This effects the "Heart, lung Machine", (heart, liver & lungs). The heart works harder to pump blood through the body, and red blood cells carry oxygen to the lungs, which is now being deprived. This can lead to heavy breathing, and heart attack.
Alcohol's interaction with other drugs can be fatal because the effects double and can dangerously slow breathing and heart rate.Mz. anonymous
you can easily have a heart attack or die faster.
The moderate consumption of alcohol improves cardiovascular health and reduces cardiovascular diseases by about 40%. That's a major way that such drinking contributes to greater longevity.
Dizziness, headaches, tiredness and vomiting can be possible effects of abusing alcohol.
FASDs, with effects that range from mild to severe. These effects include mental retardation; learning, emotional and behavioral problems; and defects involving the heart, face and other organs. The most severe of these effects is fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), a combination of physical and mental birth defects.
Some of the main physical effects of loneliness are depression, higher stress levels, abuse of alcohol or drugs, and memory issues. More severe effects of loneliness are heart problems, strokes, and suicide.
effects of drugs,diet,,smoking,alcohol on the body
Narcotics, barbiturates and tranquilizers, all depressants, have similar effects. For that reason, they should never be taken with alcohol. The combined effects can be fatal.
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