Alcohol At Long Term Is As Good As Misery
by cynthiachu on November 19, 2013 - 11:23pm
Today, many searches have done studies concerning alcohol and claimed that alcohol has a negative impact on someone’s life at long term. In the research paper of this topic, three major aspects affected negatively by alcohol are being discussed. The first one concerns the social comportment of the drinkers. In fact, with time, alcohol consumption can lead to alcohol dependency and occur many social problems. Also, alcohol can become a social crutch for the drinkers because, at long term, they tend to mostly base their confidence and their social life on alcohol. Another aspect that is affected by alcohol is the nervous system. As a matter of fact, alcohol can alter the chemical activities of the serotonin and generate at long term many mood disorders such as mood swings. In relation to the chemical imbalances created by alcohol, it can also cause a deficiency in thiamine among the subject. As a result, this lack of vitamin can occur many diseases that can affect the cerebellum and result a long-term loss of muscle coordination. The last aspect presented in the paper that is mainly altered by alcohol is the drinkers’ health. In fact, alcohol can cause the organs to be deprived of energy and to become inefficient because it prevents the efficient absorption of macronutrients in the system. Similarly, when in the bloodstream, alcohol not only reduces the white blood cell count in the organism, but it also influences the red blood cells to clump together, which reduces the fluidity of the oxygenation of the immune system. Being that, the deficiency of this system can make the body more vulnerable to infections. Lastly, drinking alcohol can also affect people’s health because, at long term, it can damage the DNA and increase the risk of developing cancer. All in all, my research paper was written to deconstruct the popular beliefs concerning the effects of alcohol on people. In fact, even if alcohol appears to be harmless at first, many searches have come to conclusion that, at long term, alcohol is mainly identified to provide more outrageous negative outcomes on every aspect of people’s life such as on the social comportment, the nervous system, and the health of the drinkers.