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Controlling Alcohol

Make no mistakes about it, alcohol is a toxin and so it's very important that if you do choose to
consume this, you do that at a regulated, carefully monitored and accountable manner so as to
make sure that you are able to enjoy its benefits without placing yourself in any given degree of
impending danger.
There has been a substantial quantity of research conducted to the long term effects and
consequences of alcohol abuse and the conclusions reached have been quite sobering indeed.
Alcohol plays a major contributing factor in a variety of serious health complaints such as kidney
and liver failure in addition to diabetes, heart disease and strokes and all of the health complaints
affect not only the drinker, but also the health system as a whole.

In Britain alone it is variously estimated that alcohol finally ends up costing the NHS (National
Health Service) #3 billion to provide care for individuals with both severe and chronic health
ailments relating to alcohol.
Part of the dilemma is that a lot of us are led to believe that in small quantities, alcohol is
healthful and therefore great for us. It should be noted that these projected values are VERY
little, and therefore are required to be absorbed over a prolonged period of time in a controlled
manner rather than binge drinking.
What's more, it would seem that the health benefits related to alcohol relates only to particular
kinds of alcohol and in addition, only to particular kinds of people too. Therefore, to use the
supposed health benefits of alcohol for a pretext and license to then consume it is neither fair nor
reasonable in the conditions.
As briefly touched upon earlier inside the article, one of the possible consequences of chronic
alcohol consumption, where the consumption exceeds the amounts firmly recommended by
medics, is liver failure. Specifically, chronic alcohol abuse can lead to the development of what
is known as "cirrhosis" of their liver, and this refers to the process where the liver becomes
damaged and scarred over a period of time.
Why is this so concerning is how the ordinary, ordinary cells of the liver will gradually but
surely be killed off because of the poisonous nature of the alcohol that is being frequently
consumed and in their location, fibrous tissue will start to form. This approach is permanent and
therefore cannot be reversed.
When the injury to the liver caused by the cirrhosis process reaches a certain extent, the
individual is going to need to then receive a liver transplant otherwise, they will die. Without
being too political or dramatic, if there's a single fact about liver failure you want to know, then
it might be this: it's a slow, agonising and incredibly cruel death.
The liver is the filtering component of the body, removing impurities and toxins from the food
that we eat and drink so that the body is able to use it safely and economically. Together with the
liver failing to achieve its most basic function, this means that the body will find its different
functions shutting down concurrently.

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