Alcohol is not good for your body. It affects every part of your body, including your brain, liver, stomach, and more
- CONFUSION : It is expected that some changes in a person’s ability to think and reason will take place when they are drinking but when someone becomes very noticeably confused, that may be a sign of serious trouble.
- COORDINATION PROBLEMS : A great many people aren’t likely to be as steady on their feet as they normally are after a few drinks but when someone might be described as “falling down drunk,” that’s cause for concern. The amount of alcohol required to result in a significant loss of coordination might also be enough to put their life at risk.
- VOMITING : You don’t have to be an M.D. to know that vomiting is often the body’s way of trying to get rid of something that’s harmful or dangerous. Alcohol is no exception and although the amount of alcohol required to cause vomiting will vary from person to person
- PALE OR BLUISH COLORED SKIN : Alcohol can wreak all kinds of havoc on the body and that includes making a person appear very pale or even have their skin color appear a bit blue. That’s a sign that blood circulation is being disrupted and that’s a condition that can turn very serious in a short amount of time.
- UNCONSCIOUSNESS : It’s not uncommon to hear stories of people who drank so much that they “passed out.” While this may not sound too serious on the surface, the fact that someone drank enough alcohol to cause them to lose consciousness is not something that should be taken lightly.