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Alcohol Consumption Essay

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Alcohol Consumption
[Abstract] Everyone knows that alcohol has its consequences. At the same time, people don’t care and brush off the consequences in order to have a good time. This paper summarizes studies done on the physical, cognitive and emotional effects that alcohol has on people, before and after consumption. This paper accesses the effects on a person’s body, mind and soul. Alcohol affects the way a person thinks, acts, and feels. Methods include gathering statistical information and doing studies over many years with the same people. Also included in certain studies are people with a history of blackouts and alcoholism. In this paper, the stability as well as the development of alcohol consumption was investigated. This paper also investigates how alcohol can effect your emotions by messing with your head using cognition. The majority of people used in a certain study on blackouts admitted to being frightened of their last blackout experience (White 206). The characteristics of blackouts in this paper among the college students investigated were compared to the standard model of reports from alcoholics (White 206). [Introduction] Young people are at a point in their life where they are searching for excitement and ways to fit in and have fun. The combination of alcohol, a few friends and a party seem to mesh into a perfect night for most adolescents. A considerable amount of concern exists about the effects of alcohol. Studies show evidence of what happens to a person in the present when they consume alcohol. Studies can also show the kind of reason a person may choose not to drink, or just how much you drink. In this paper, studies from the Amsterdam Growth and Health Longitudinal Study, the Research Report on how Alcohol Effects Emotion through Cognition, and the Experimental Aspects of Alcohol-Induced Blackouts among College Students were used. Most of the participants in these studies listed were between the ages of 13-32, or at...