Not from going without sleep. The alcohol will eventually kill you, though.
REM sleep is, if any, barely affected by drinking.
alcohol messes with blood sugars, sleep paterns, digestive enzymes....
Drinking too much caffeine can cause an overactive Bladder. If you find it difficult to sleep through the night without having to get up and urinate, than you should consider cutting down on caffeine as well as alcohol, especially before going to bed.
Although alcohol does initially cause drowsiness, my experience is that the quality of sustained sleep is impaired by drinking alcohol in the evening. Even a couple of glasses of red wine on a regular basis can reduce the quality of sleep compared to sleep experienced during periods of abstinence.
Between stopping drinking and leaving for work, you should allow at least eight (8) hours, like for sleep. This will give your body time to process the alcohol, eliminate it from your blood, and for your body to recover from the mild poisoning the alcohol causes.
... is called a symptom of a hangover, a mild case of alcohol poisoning. Drink water (not coffee) and try to sleep it off.
Party away! If you feel bad go home. Partying only hurts you if you drink alcohol or don't sleep enough.
a serious amount of drinking required over a period of time without sleep
Get more sleep or take vitamins
A subjective experience that we cannot explain with the information given. It is a sure sign, however, that you are drinking too much.
Alcohol is not really a drug: Myth Beer and wine are not as bad as "hard" alcohol The people with real alcohol problems live on skid row ("AKA bums"): Fact If someone passes out from drinking it is best to let them sleep: Fact