why do drinkers get hangovers

why do drinkers get hangovers
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  • These headaches! I am in pain!
  • Uh-oh, here comes the vomit..
  • He is Intoxicated, a state of being poisoned.
  • He is in a state of mental confusion with hallucinations and continual movement, also known as Delirium. 
  • He has so many tremors and is continuously shaking and quivering.
  • I am afraid that because you have been drinking for a while now, your body organs and systems could be damaged. Things such as your heart, pancreas, liver and brain. 
  • Also known as cirrhosis.
  • Dude, hopefully you don't get kidney, bladder, or gland damage. Or even worse, abnormal changes in blood.
  • One of the worst effects of liver damage is high blood pressure, which can increase risk of heart attack or stroke. The liver also weakens the body's defense against infection.
  • This cirrhosis liver disease is hurting my entire body!!
  • I am afraid that due to the alcohol, your pancreas stopped producing  insulin
  • We will have to test for some results to this such as mouth cancer, liver cancer, throat cancer, pancreatic cancer, lung cancer or rectum cancer. 
  • I'm afraid that due to some alcohol issues during pregnancy, your child has some birth defects mental and physical.
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