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Aerobic exercise may protect liver from alcohol-induced damage: Study

02-03 Aerobic exercise may protect liver from alcohol-induced damage: Study

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A large proportion of heavy drinkers develop serious alcoholic liver disease, which means when someone continues to drink excessively, he or she is making the liver work continuously overtime. As alcohol is broken down in the liver, a number of potentially dangerous by-products are released, leading to destruction of liver cells, a build-up of fat d

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Blood pressure medication prevents compulsive drinking: Study

27-01 Blood pressure medication prevents compulsive drinking: Study

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Alcohol addiction is a chronic brain disorder that adversely impacts a person’s normal body functions and his or her ability to resist compulsive drinking. For many years, it was believed that physical cravings trigger different types of addictions in people and the lack of willpower results in relapses. In the 1970s some researchers discovered th

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Cognitive impairment due to alcoholism

28-07 Cognitive impairment due to alcoholism

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Cognition is the result of the brain utilizing information from all of the senses, analyzing the information and making a correct deduction. For example, if a person waking in the night sees flames, smells smoke, hears crackling sounds and senses heat, almost instantaneously the brain deduces that the house is on fire. (more…)

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Complications of alcoholism

28-07 Complications of alcoholism

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Alcoholism usually begins gradually. Social drinking may increase and lead to drinking at home in ever increasing amounts until alcoholism becomes a chronic disease which worsens as time progresses. An alcoholic person continues to drink even when there is evidence that physical damage is being caused. As bodily tolerance to alcohol increases, large

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