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Causes and Effects of Alcohol

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Causes and Effects of Alcohol

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Alcohol abuse is increasing in our society especially among the younger generation, this issue has many causes and effects. For example, peer group people emotional, social and family issues. Unfortunately, the person doing the drinking is not the only one who feels the impact of this abuse. It has a profound and direct impact on their families as well as their friends and acquaintances. When you are an alcoholic, even though you may not notice the changes, everyone else around you will. It may start with sudden changes in your behavior such as mood swings. Your judgment may be impaired and you can start to have problems with relationships, be it in your marriage or with your children. Furthermore, you may start to have problems with your job that can lead to obvious financial problems and maybe even legal problems stem from arrests due to bad judgment caused by alcohol. Also other the biggest concerned is your body, such as anemia, which can be brought on by not taking care of yourself physically or nutritionally. Some other common problems can be ulcers, cirrhosis of the liver, hallucinations, dementia and even death. These results have wide spread effects on the community. Also other effects such as mental problems, anti-social behaviour or even strong violence. The effects of alcohol on the body are tremendous and can be equally as deadly. Alcoholism is a progressive disease and eventually one aspect or another of an alcoholic's body will simply give out from the abuse. Therefore, in my opinion, the Government should take Alcohol abuse as a more seriously matter and set up strong restriction to get better control of drinking. Because this is still time to stop further damage and reclaim your life from alcohol, but as a person, we should use self-control that we will all live in a healthier environment, also would have a happier life.

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