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Illnesses from too much alcohol

  1. Drinking an alcoholic drink from time to time is fun and doesn't hurt at all. There are many people who are unable to keep track and drink too much. Habituation and even addiction soon lurk. People often think that they can stop again at any time, but in practice it usually turns out differently. Excessive drinking is dangerous to health and can cause irreparable damage to the body. Which illnesses are common in alcohol abuse and what exactly do these illnesses involve?

Korsakov's syndrome

  1. The damage the alcohol has caused can irreparably damage the brain. The most common complaints are memory disorders (amnesia)

Pancreatitis

  1. The pancreas (pancreas) is located on the left rear of the abdomen, just in front of the spine. It consists of a head, the middle part and a tail. It has several functions. In this way, it contributes to digestion and regulates the sugar level. The pancreas produces the hormones insulin and glucagon that play an important role in blood sugar. Chronic alcohol abuse can cause the pancreas to become inflamed. This can cause irreparable damage to the pancreas.

  2. The pancreas (pancreas) is located in the left back of the abdomen, just in front of the spine. It consists of a head, the middle part and a tail. It has several functions. It thus contributes to digestion and regulates the sugar level. The pancreas produces the hormones insulin and glucagon, which play an important role in blood sugar. Chronic alcohol abuse can cause the pancreas to become inflamed. This can cause irreparable damage to the pancreas.



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