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Luke Whatman

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Alcohol

Good And Bad
reduced concentration, lack of co-ordination and reflexes, flushed, blurred vision, slurred speech, aggression, headache, vomiting, nausea, blackouts, alcohol poisoning.
Short Term Effects
Reduced Concentration
Although it may not seem like such a bad thing reduced concentration can lead to bad choices. One of the worst that is commonly made is drink driving. It is one of the biggest killers on the roads especially with young drivers.
Long Term Effects
Cirrhosis of the Liver, Cancer, Heart Disease, Nerve Damage, Brain Injury, Addiction, Poor Diet, Stomach Problems, Infections, Family Problems, Memory Loss and Financial Difficulties
Family Problems
Although not a lethal condition when your family leaves you people sometimes think there is no point in living. Sadly many people have died over the past years committing suicide most of the time the reasons for doing this terrible thing isn't because of family problems but some cases are.
Good Effects

Reduced Stress, Increased Cardiovascular Health, Lower Risk Of Developing Type 2 Diabetes
Overall bad effects out way the good and the risk of illness is incredibly higher with long term consumption of dangerous amounts. Even though it has been scientifically proven that alcohol in small amounts has good effects on your body it should be said that you're still better of without it.
By Luke Whatman
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