alcoholism is no doubt , a social menace..and also it tends kill off the ground reality that we r on. it also kills the socio-economic status , stability.
If you really want to test the impact of alcoholism on human body system , just do the following :
1. Get a glass cup half - filled with some alcohol
2.. Get a live earthworm and drop it inside the glass cup containing the alcohol
The chemical reaction and the result will give you a clue about the impact of alcohol on your intestine.
I give you this example because human intestine has some characteristics that are synonymous to earthworms.
I think it is better to abstain from alcohol completely for the general good health of the body system.
My I must apologize as I just found this now. Again I am late. May I ask you just out of curiosity why you would ask me this question?
Today you have been here 2 monts with 0 hubs and the only hubtivity was this questn to me.
I will answer respectfully declining as I know nothing about what you ask.
Wish I could have helped I am sorry bit I cannot.
More so I feel badly you thought I did and you still show no other hubtivity but this in 2 months.
I am sorry bit I do not trust you and your question is not clear or coherent.
Please do not contact me again.
Thank you and have a great day
I will add the other answers I have just read are very incorrect.
I think the question is an echo from the refrain from the 12 steps of AA that is you 'slip' you have to count your days of sober from zero again.
"one drink too many but never enough"
It's all or nothing with AA, that's why a 'slip' is akin to a 'death sentence' and show your moral failings not to do the program.
by Rainintheday 7 years ago
Can alcoholism later worsen to depression and even kill you?My uncle might be getting layed of and he has been an alcoholic and we (meaning my familyand I)are worried that he might be killing himself.He takes medication and then drinks a beer with it.He also has what i think is Depression.
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
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by KikiCobain 5 years ago
Would you regard someone as an alcoholic if they consumed atleast 2 beers, most, if not every day?
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can i be an alcoholic because of my parents?
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Yesterday, I had one of the worst migraines of my life. I was alone, at home, with my eleven month old daughter and I was so sick I was afraid. My head hurt so bad I was dizzy. I couldn't lift my daughter, much less bring her downstairs. I ended up having to call my mom to...
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Legitimate disease or self-inflicted physiological affects of abuse?
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