What are the harms of wine?

 Harms of wine?

Wine is considered a type of alcoholic beverage that is made from the fermentation of a kind of fruit such as grapes. Drinking large quantities of it causes problems for the person and dire consequences for his health, work, family, and social life.


Damages of alcohol to the body: Alcohol is a depressant of the central nervous system. It affects the body’s response and interaction with the messages sent by the brain, in addition to its negative impact on most parts of the body, especially in the event of excessive drinking. 

 Drinking alcohol harms the important vital organs of the body, so they are susceptible to disease and weakness. The following is an explanation of the impact Alcohol present in alcohol in some different parts of the body.

Liver: Heavy drinking can cause many problems in the liver, as represented by the following:  Fatty Liver. Cirrhosis. Alcoholic hepatitis.

 Heart: Drinking alcohol in large quantities or for long periods damages the heart and increases the likelihood of the following:

diseases: Cardiomyopathy. Abnormal heart rhythms.

High blood pressure: Brain and nervous system: Drinking alcohol in alcohol affects the brain on several levels. Where it changes the shape of the brain and the way it works, as well as concerns a person's mood, behaviors, and balance, and weakens coordination between the mind and body, and alcohol consumption in large quantities increases the possibility of a person suffering from a stroke Short-term memory of a person. He may be exposed to dementia due to a deficiency of thiamine known as vitamin B1, which is caused by heavy drinking. 

 Pancreas: Drinking wine may lead to pancreatitis, in which blood vessels swell and prevent the digestive process from taking place properly. 

The immune system: Drinking alcohol in large quantities weakens the immune system of the body, making it more susceptible to disease; Such as pneumonia and tuberculosis, and drinking large quantities of wine in one session weakens the body's ability to fight infection even after twenty-four hours of drinking. 

Stomach: Excessive drinking of alcoholic beverages leads to It also affects the absorption of some vitamins, such as vitamin B and other important elements of the body. 

Reproductive system: Excessive drinking affects both the male and female reproductive systems, as it causes Erectile dysfunction in men, as well as affecting the menstrual cycle in women and may cause interruption. 

 Eye: As a result of vitamin B1 deficiency caused by excessive drinking of alcohol, a person may experience impaired vision and may suffer from eye movement, rapid, involuntary movement. Or what is known as nystagmus, or that the eye muscles are weak or paralyzed. US operations The new bone also damages the bone marrow, which weakens the body's ability to produce blood cells, and thus the number of platelets decreases, which in turn exposes the person to bleeding and easy bruising.


It should be noted that heavy drinking of alcohol increases the risk of oral, liver, breast, stomach, esophagus, and other cancers, and drinking alcohol for pregnant women may expose them to miscarriage and may lead to fatal syndrome. 

Fetal alcohol that causes problems for the child that can be associated with life. It also interacts with some medicines, which leads to an increase or decrease in their effectiveness, and may lead to an increase in the toxicity of some types of alcohol.

 Medicare to help with quitting, and includes the following:

Feeling an overwhelming desire to drink alcohol. Inability to control yourself to stop drinking or cut back on alcohol. 

Spend most of the time drinking alcoholic beverages. Wanting and trying to cut down on alcohol, but these attempts often fail. Ignore the family, practical and physical consequences and damages caused by drinking alcohol, and continue drinking.

 Abandoning your favorite personal hobbies and refraining from participating in social activities. Failure to fulfill the responsibilities and obligations entrusted to the person, whether domestic or practical, due to the need to drink alcohol and the consequent decline in mental and physical abilities. Drinking alcohol in conditions that require alertness, mental presence, and balance, such as driving a car. Suffering from withdrawal symptoms when stopping drinking, such as feeling sick, sweating, trembling, or resorting to drinking to avoid their occurrence. The need for larger doses of alcohol to get the same effect as the effect of the treatment decreases over time.


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