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9 alcohol abuse

  1. 1. GROUP N° 09PROFESSOR : DRA. ROSA GONZALES LLONTOPSTUDENTS:BALLENA RÁZURI, LUIS ANDRÉ.CORONADO VIDARTE, KRISTIAN ALBERT.DÁVILA DÍAZ, JOB JOEL.SALINAS GUTIÉRREZ , CINTHYA.SUYÓN DELGADO, ALEXANDRA.YONG CADENA, HUGO ALBERTO.
  2. 2. MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRICCONSEQUENCES OF ALCOHOL USE
  3. 3. Gastro-intestinal complicationsGastritis and acid peptic diseasethe direct effect on the lining of the stomachleads to its damage called acute gastritis.Attacks of acute gastritis often lead to vomiting Repeated damage to the lining of the stomachleads to hyperacidity and is called acid peptic disease acid peptic disease
  4. 4. Gastro-intestinal complicationsAlcoholic liver disease (ALD) Fatty Liver Liver Fibrosis Cirrhosis Deposits of fat causes Scar tissue Growtn of connective liver enlargment forms tissue destroys liver cells. Strict abstinence Recovery is The damage is can lead to a full possible, but scar irreversible. recovery. tissue remains.
  5. 5. Gastro-intestinal complicationsMalabsorption syndrome This refers to the inability to digest food due to damage of the lining of the stomach pancreas intestines • Foul smelling, bulky stools are passed. • Inability to absorb the essential nutrients.
  6. 6. Gastro-intestinal complicationsPancreatitisOften triggered by aaheavy bout of drinking.Often triggered by heavy bout of drinking.Presenting as excruciating pain in the belly. Presenting as excruciating pain in the belly.This results in an inability to digest food. This results in an inability to digest food.
  7. 7. Gastro-intestinal complicationsAlcohol and diet In poor communities where alcohol of poor quality, In poor communities where alcohol of poor quality, which is frequently adulterated, is consumed. which is frequently adulterated, is consumed. The health of these people is further affected cycle of alcohol consumption and poor health.heavy alcohol consumption heavy alcohol consumption aarich diet rich diet frequently leads to obesity diabetes high blood pressure
  8. 8. Cardiovascular complicationsCardiovascular complications
  9. 9. Cardiovascular complications
  10. 10. Haematological complicationsHaematological complications
  11. 11. Haematological complications
  12. 12. Neuromuscular complicationsNeuromuscular complications
  13. 13. Neuromuscular complications
  14. 14. Endocrinological abnormalities andEndocrinological abnormalities and sexual dysfunction sexual dysfunction
  15. 15. Endocrinological abnormalities and sexual dysfunctionMale heavy drinkers areliable to :
  16. 16. Neurological complicationsNeurological complications
  17. 17. Neurological complications Confusion. Difficulty in walking and standing. Paralysis of eye muscles. Profound short-term memory loss.
  18. 18. Neurological complicationsBy forgetting all or part ofwhat occurred duringdrinking . For example: The degenerative changes in the cerebellum.
  19. 19. PSYCHIATRICCOMPLICATIONS
  20. 20. ALCOHOL-INDUCED MOOD DISORDERS AND SUICIDE ALCOHOL-INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER About 3 per cent of chronic heavy drinkers develop psychotic symptoms.
  21. 21. ALCOHOL-INDUCED JEALOUSY In these cases, the patients suspect their spouses of infidelity.
  22. 22. FOETAL ALCOHOLFOETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME SYNDROME
  23. 23. FOETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROMEThis is a disorder that affects infants whose mothers have been taking excessive amounts of alcohol during pregnancy.
  24. 24. SOCIAL, OCUPATIONAL, LEGAL AND OTHER CONSEQUENCES OF ALCOHOL USE
  25. 25. experiencingguilt, shame,anger, fear,grief andisolation due
  26. 26. alcohol consumption related to People driving under the influence of alcohol  Loss of property there Campaigns for  Destruction of automobile preventing them from driving under the influence of alcohol  Loss lives human  disability faced by persons
  27. 27. OCCUPATIONAL IMPAIRMENT
  28. 28. OCCUPATIONAL IMPAIRMENT results in
  29. 29. SOCIAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS
  30. 30. SOCIAL AND LEGAL ASPECTS
  31. 31. Psychosocialconsequencesof alcohol use
  32. 32. Thus the repercussions of alcohol abuse on the individual, family and society are multi-dimensional and the extent to which each of these areas is affected adversely will depend on the severity of alcohol abuse personality of the individual level of social and occupational functioning financial status of the patient the available social support

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