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Alcohol and the human body

Horsley, Victor Sir

Alcohol and the human body

an introduction to the study of the subject, and a contribution to national health

by Horsley, Victor Sir

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcohol -- Physiological effect

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Sir Victor Horsley and Mary D. Sturge ; with a chapter by Arthur Newsholme.
    ContributionsSturge, Mary Darby, Newsholme, Arthur, Sir, 1857-1943.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 344 p., 14 plates (some folded) :
    Number of Pages344
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17406143M

      Why alcohol has this negative effect on all elements of our health could be down to acetaldehyde - the product alcohol is broken down into in the body. Acetaldehyde is toxic and has been shown to. The Effects of Alcohol on the Body Alcohol is one of many dangerous substances that effects our bodies. The effects of this drug can be very harmful. Alcohol is a potent non-prescription drug sold to anyone over the national legal drinking age,

    This educational short shows how alcohol is produced and its effect on the human body.5/10(1). Alcohol And The Human Body. Alcohol is absorbed from all parts of the gastrointestinal tract largely by simple diffusion into the blood, however the small intestine is by far the most efficient region of the gastrointestinal tract for alcohol absorption because of its very large surface area.

    Alcohol interferes with your kidney’s ability to filter the waste that builds up within your body. Furthermore, it causes cell damage, kidney enlargement, and has a negative impact on many metabolic processes. Alcohol Damages the Body, But Repair is Possible. Fortunately, the human body is a miracle of design.   Alcohol and the human body.. by Horsley, Victor, Sir, ; Newsholme, Arthur, Sir, ; Sturge, Mary D. (Mary Darby) Publication date Topics Alcohol in the body, Alcohol Publisher London, Macmillan Collection medicalheritagelibrary; cushingwhitneymedicallibrary; americanaPages:


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The effects of Alcohol on the Human Body Name: Institution: Introduction Today, alcohol is one of the most common substances that people abuse. It is an addictive drink that has become a popular way of having a good time or relaxing in social gatherings.

It is among the most commonly used psychoactive drugs. Alcohol and the Human Body 1. Alcohol’s Properties. Alcohol is a general term denoting a family of organic chemicals with common properties. Members of this family include ethanol, methanol, isopropanol, and others.

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Alcohol, or ethanol, is the intoxicating agent found in beer, wine and liquor. Alcohol is produced by fermentation of yeast, sugars, and starches.

1 Fruits such as grapes, and grains like barley and wheat are most commonly used for wine, beer and liquors. Other plants, such as the cactus or sugar cane may be used in liquor production. When people drink alcohol, it travels through the body in their bloodstream. Alcohol reaches every organ and distributes throughout the water in our bodies.

Organs such as the brain, which contain a lot of water and need an ample blood supply to work, are particularly affected by alcohol. The Path of Alcohol in the body. Mouth: alcohol enters the body. Stomach: some alcohol gets into the bloodstream in the stomach, but most goes on to the small intestine.

Small Intestine: alcohol enters the bloodstream through the walls of the small intestine. Heart: pumps alcohol throughout the body.

Brain: alcohol reaches the brain. Alcohol education is the practice of disseminating information about the effects of alcohol on health, as well as society and the family unit. It was introduced into the public schools by temperance organizations such as the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in the late 19th century.

Initially, alcohol education focused on how the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Alcohol has been drunk in human societies for at least ten thousand years, and today has become a common and accepted way to unwind from the pressures of life.

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