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CR pt2
Updated: 6/16/2020
CR pt2
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  • Alcohol affects brain tissues, destroys brain cells, and depresses the central nervous system. To add, Alcohol also interacts with the brain receptors and interferes with the communication between nerve cells.
  • Dopamine is affected as the receptors in the brain are damaged with alcohol consumption as alcohol boosts the production of this neurotransmitter. This leads to the happy feeling you get while under the influence and the sadness from “lack” of dopamine after.
  • Alcohol also increases GABA activity in the brain and the GABA systems in the brain are altered in situations of chronic alcohol exposure. It can affect the central nucleus of the amygdala, which is an important brain region involved in the regulation of emotional states.
  • Serotonin, another neurotransmitter, is prolonged when under the influence and this can lead to depression with longterm abuse of alcohol.
  • So you're saying my body will changed permanently if I continue?
  • Yes, there can be permanent changes to your body . Alcohol can affect your endocrine system which is connected to all the organs.
  • Serotonin, another neurotransmitter, is prolonged when under the influence and this can lead to depression with longterm abuse of alcohol.
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