A person who has ingested a small amount of alcohol is generally encouraged to drink more. manifesting itself in different ways: – Honey. – Sociable. – You can easily become excessive talkativeness. – Alteration of critical. The type of behavior also differs according to individuals, and depends in large part on personality. Increased consumption of alcohol, leads to: – Exaltation.
- Excessive self-confidence. – Sudden alternations between good humor and aggression. – Wandering inconsistent. As you increase the influence of alcohol, the more insecure going gets along with the movements. The more intense intoxication leads to total unconsciousness.
Alcohol is a poison, which is why intoxication, even the slightest, can be described as an effect of poisoning. However, in practice, the term alcoholic intoxication is reserved for more severe degrees of poisoning. Even transient alcohol intoxication, can in some cases, lead to injury permanent functional (which we will discuss where consumption by minors) If the content of alcohol in the blood reaches to 4-5 gr. per thousand, can paralyze vital parts of the central nervous system, causing cessation of breathing and heart action, with subsequent death. Either way, the effects of alcohol depend on many factors including the total amount of alcohol, as time is consumed, body weight, gender, age, mood, or mood, the atmosphere is consumed, acquired tolerance, use of medication or other drugs, etc.. In certain circumstances the consumption of alcohol leads to abnormal mental reactions such as alcoholic dementia. However, this is rare except in alcoholics. The symptoms seen (always in alcoholic individuals) are: – Failure of mental activity. – Lack of memory. – Dullness of sensitivity. – Impaired ability to judge the situation in time and space. – Tremors and in coordination of muscle movement. You can also There impaired vision, particularly night-delayed reactions and increased fatigue after stress. These functional changes mean that the intoxicated individual is not in satisfactory condition with respect to situations such as driving and precision work. The causal mechanism of these disorders is the effect of alcohol on the nervous system, since it is a drug depressurization, and therefore, is impaired transmission of nerve impulses, preventing normal operation. The alcohol on the body produces a direct toxic effect and a sedative effect, moreover, excessive intake of alcohol for prolonged periods leads to nutritional deficiencies and other organizational needs, which complicates the situation. Advanced cases require hospitalization. The effects on major organ systems are cumulative and include a wide range of alterations in the digestive system, among which are stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers, pancreatic liver cirrhosis, chronic and irreversible damage to the central and peripheral nervous systems. They can cause fainting, hallucinations and severe tremor, symptoms of alcohol withdrawal more seriously, and delirium tremors, which can be fatal despite treatment. It has been recently demonstrated that ingestion of alcohol during pregnancy, even in moderate amounts, can cause severe damage to the fetus, especially late in the physical and mental development, the most severe form of this delay, is called alcohol syndrome fetal. But in addition to alcohol is a drug so-called “hard” and in some respects (withdrawal) more dangerous than illegal drugs scarier. Moreover the process of addiction is enhanced because it is legal, universal and cheap, even with a great propaganda power in most cases associated features that certainly does not have, even against those that really possesses.