Alcohol Detox: The Physical, Emotional and Psychological Realities
March 13, 2012
Millions of Americans suffer from alcohol dependence. Millions more suffer from alcohol abuse or binge drinking. No one who abuses alcohol or who is dependent upon alcohol remains untouched by this powerful drug. It does not take a great deal of alcohol, including beer, to profoundly impact the body nor does the body take time to develop tolerance and subsequent alcohol detox & withdrawal upon interrupting regular alcohol consumption.The ability of every organ, every brain cell and every muscle to function properly is distorted when alcohol is consumed. Learn about neurons, neurotransmitters, blood alcohol content (BAC), alcohol related diseases and more.
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