The effects of alcohol
By Max Meredith
Damage from repeated and excessive alcohol abuse leads to alcoholic liver cirrhosis. When the liver tissue starts to scar, the liver doesn’t work as well as it did before. As a result, the body can’t produce enough proteins or filter toxins out of the blood as it should. Cirrhosis of the liver can occur due to a variety of causes. However, alcoholic liver cirrhosis is directly related to alcohol intake.
Lose of inhabition
When a person drinks a large amount of alcohol, there brain releases dopamine, the chemical that helps people feel good. The brain uses this natural chemical to reinforce behaviours that promote well-being, like exercise, healthy relational connections, hard work and even eating. However, heavy drinking releases a high amount of dopamine, which blocks negative emotions, fear, stress, anxiety and insecurity.But dopamine blocks more than the unhealthy expressions of anxiety it blocks all expressions of it.
Weaken of immune system
Alcohol on sports performance
Alcohol interferes with your body making energy, alcohol when its being broken down can't produce glucose, which means you have low blood sugar. Your body needs high levels of sugar to do exercise.
However, some athletes like to drink alcohol before sport because it makes them more aware according to some it claims the nerves and dulls pain sensations. Alcohol can effect muscle development also it diminishes protein synthesis, which means your muscles cant repair.