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Alcohol

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Matthew Hussey

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Alcohol

Effects Of
Alcohol

Created By Matthew Hussey
Cancer
The common places to you find cancer are your mouth, your pharynx, larynx, oesophagus and bowel which effects men and women's breasts.
Physical Effects
When you drink alcohol for a long period of time you might experience problems with the nerves inside your arms and legs and poor work performance which could affect you financially.
Mental Effects
Alcohol might seem a good idea at the time but having one too many drinks can lead to... serious brain injury, alcohol dependence, concentration loss, short term memory loss, depression, family, relationship and legal problems.
External Effects
From drinking your looks can be affected like getting frequent infections which also affects your insides and could be the difference in a relationship. Another thing is the skin problems you can develop.
internal effects
The effects of long term alcohol use could lead to cirrhosis which is a disease in the liver, a range of diseases affecting the heart, blood and it can also include strokes. For women it can cause harm to a baby which is unborn.
credits
Thank you for watching and I hope you enjoyed it!
bibliography
www.drinkwise.org.au/you-alcohol/alcohol-facts/long-term-harms/
my message is... do not drink too much alcohol!!!
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