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Consequences of alcoholism 1. Social and psychological problem Problem 2. Neurological disorders and 5. Fetal harm effects on digestive system: 4. Depression and 3. Liver damage nervous system and effects on ap. effects genitourinary
Liver Effects: most affected by The liver goes affected alcohol use, since it is after many years ofresponsible to clean the drinking and alcoholic toxin from the blood. liver disease occurs Alcoholism andThe damage can range hepatitis B are primarilyfrom inflammation to a responsible for the degenerative disease degeneration of the liver such as cirrhosis
Depression is a disease that is frequently associated with alcoholism above all, the relapse ofALCOHOLISM alcoholics ANDDEPRESSION Whether dysthymia, chronic depression neurotic, or depression that can occur in the first months of abstinence, depressi ve episodes disorders bipolar, etc..
Depression in alcoholic patients, it is sometimes induced by addiction and other feeding back the same, creatingALCOHOLISM a vicious circle difficult to break ANDDEPRESSION The morbidity of alcoholism and depression is more common in women than in men.
and feels guilty about the lost family emotional, occupational, social, economic then increases the alcoholic An consumption of alcoholicalcoholic beverages inpatient is order to reducedepressed their painful feelings but getting the opposite result from that intended because it will generate new faults and major depression.
Effects of Alcohol on the Nervous System Alters the action of neurotransmitters, it • Alcohol damages brain cellschanges its structure and and peripheral nervesfunction.. Decreases self- permanently. control, affect memory, • Produce sleep disorders.concentration and motor function
• Effects of Alcohol on the Nervous System • People with drinking problems are isolated from their social environment, often suffer crisis in the family (arguments, divorce, abandonment) and employment (job loss), which leads to depression and sometimes suicide.
Fetal harmIt is well known that alcohol freely crosses theplacental barrier and reaches the fetus
• The ingestion of small amounts of alcohol, as 30 ml per day, the child can express an underweight
the child has significant defects in shape and characterized as the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)