Short term effects of AlcoholVomitingBlackoutsSlurred SpeechImpaired Judgement
There are serious long term effects from drinking alcohol. Firstly there are many serious health issues such as liver disease, nerve damage, permanent damage to the brain, high blood pressure, heart-related diseases, and an increased chance of having a stroke. There can also be mental health issues associated with long term alcohol abuse, including, domestic violence, increased family problems and broken relationships.
Long term effects of alcoholAlcohol PoisoningCancer of the mouth and throatHigh blood pressure, stroke and other heart-releated diseases
Seeing Sophie holding a beer rewinds my mind back to the HPE classroom, and our lesson about alcohol use and the short and long term effects that it can have.
There are many short term effects from drinking alcohol. These include slurred speech, decreased perception and coordination, distortion of hearing and vision, impaired judgement, drowsiness, vomiting, unconsciousness, and blackouts. This can lead to even more serious effects such as alcohol poisoning, or falling into a coma.