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23 Ways #Alcohol Affects The Body= http://www.healthline.com/health/alcohol/effects-on-body #alcoholism #addiction

23 Ways #Alcohol Affects The Body= http://www.healthline.com/health/alcohol/effects-on-body #alcoholism #addiction

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The Harmful Effects of Alcohol Poster explains the long-term harmful effects alcohol has on the human body. It provides detailed anatomical illustrations to show the damage alcohol can have on vital organs, such as brain damage, heart disease and liver cirrhosis. This poster is a great tool designed to education people of the effects of alcohol.

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Oh :( Very valuable info, explains everything about their PTSD, long term effects of instability, abuse, and chaos incl trauma bonds. If only i had known. Not limited to exposure to just alcoholism, makes sense. "Adult Children of Alcoholics / ACoAs: Qualities and Traits." Ugh.

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Korsakoff's syndrome = caused by thiamine deficiency linked to chronic alcohol abuse and/or severe malnutrition

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Forget genetics, the leading cause of alcoholism is probably the general public.

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Princess Margaret and her greatest love, Captain Townsend. He was divorced, and Margaret was told that if she married him,she lost her place in the succession, as well as her income from the civil list. She broke off their romance, but was never a very happy person afterward. Margaret caused her sister , Queen Elizabeth, much headache and worry with her later affairs and rumours of alcohol abuse,later divorce and general unroyal bad behavior.

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Binge drinking and depression go together. Whether a person first began drinking in order to deal with their depression or developed depression after they started binge drinking, their treatment should be the same: a path of therapeutic intervention based on their current struggles as they strive for sobriety and move toward a brighter future.

Binge drinking and depression go together. Whether a person first began drinking in order to deal with their depression or developed depression after they started binge drinking, their treatment should be the same: a path of therapeutic intervention based on their current struggles as they strive for sobriety and move toward a brighter future.

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Living with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is more than just living with these common features... they also suffer from emotional problems, hearing disorders, memory problems, motor skill issues, learning disabilities, and speech impediments for the rest of their lives. Living with it is like being forced to serve out a lifelong prison sentence for a crime your mother committed and you'll have no chance for parole...

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