Alcohol storyboard

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  • Where in the body can get effected by alcohol?
  • Stuff like this can happen when you drink alcohol! 
  • Like what?
  • Not only that, alcohol can go into different parts of the organs
  • Well, that was just the liver, are there any other organs that are effected by alcohol? 
  • You see? Alcohol has a big effect on your insides. 
  • Alcohol can mix with both fatty and watery substances and it begins to act up when the person swallows the alcohol
  • what is ethanol? 
  • Ethanol is another name for alcohol and it's a chemical. 
  • Alcohol moves rapidly into the bloodstream from the stomach and intestines. Within minutes after the first sip of it, ethanol starts to effect the brain, muscles, nerves, glands and small blood vessels of the skin. 
  • Even if you're first trying alcohol, the first sips can easily damage your organs. 
  • Alcohol can effect a lot of the organs in your body as well, especially the liver. When alcohol enters the liver, it changes alcohol to waste which will right away overflow to the bloodstream.  
  • Wow I guess alcohol is bad for you. Good thing I've never had and never will have alcohol
  • So basically alcohol can easily damage your organs easily even if it's your first time. You might not know it yet but it'll eventually kick in. 
  • Lungs- excrete a little ethanol from the bloodstream as a gas exhaled in the breath
  • blood vessels- after a few sips of alcohol the drinker can fuel it warming the skin, alcohol relaxes these nerves widens blood vessels 
  • nerves and brain- alcohol depresses the action of the nervous system that usually sets limits on behavior. Will talk or laugh more loudly. 
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