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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ALCOHOL the path to destructionby: Chris Lee D R I N K I N G A L C O H O N I L I K N G A L C O H O L D I R N I K N A L C O H O L G D D R R I Difficulty walking, blurred vision,slurred speech, slowed reaction times,impaired memory: these are the immediateeffects of short-term alcohol consumption. Large amounts of alcohol for long periods of time run the risk of developing serious and persistent changes in the brain. Alcohol can produce lapses in memory, blackouts, and compete impairments to one's recollections. Up to 80 percent of alcoholics, however, have a deficiency in thiamine, and some of these people will go on to develop serious brain disorders such as WernickeKorsakoff syndrome. N K I N K I N G A L C O H O L Symptoms of the syndrome include mental confusion,paralysis of the nerves, and persisting learning difficulties. The cerebellum an area of the brain responsible for coordinating movement and perhaps even some forms of learning, appears to be particularly sensitive to the effects of thiamine deficiency and is the region most frequently damaged in association with chronic alcohol consumption. Information found from: Alcohol is associated with many serious social and developmental issues including violence, child neglect and abuse, and absenteeism in the workplaceand can ultimately lead to DEATH.
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