The effect of alcohol on internal organs.
Action on the stomach.
When the stomach is exposed to alcohol, it cannot produce enough natural digestive juices and food. It's very dangerous. It may not be completely digested. Conditions characterized by nausea, emptiness, malaise, and satiety are always faced with alcoholism. This causes the
to hate food and suffer from a thirst for more drinks. This creates a permanent disorder called indigestion. The catastrophic form of confirmed dyspepsia results from this practice.
Effects on the liver.
Organic deterioration caused by long-term alcohol intake is often fatal. The most frequently affected organ of alcohol-induced structural changes is the liver. Normally, the liver has the ability to retain active substances in its cellular parts. In the case of poisoning with various toxins, the liver is analyzed as if it were the central reservoir of foreign bodies. It's almost the same as alcohol. Alcoholic livers are never unaffected by alcohol and are too often saturated with alcohol. The small membrane or capsule structure of the liver is impaired, preventing proper dialysis and free secretion. The liver grows due to dilation of blood vessels, excess water, and thickening of tissues. This follows the contraction of the membrane and the contraction of the entire
organ of its cellular portion. The lower part of alcoholism then becomes edema due to the obstruction of blood flowing back into the veins. The structure of the liver contains fat cells, and you can experience what is technically called "fatty liver".
How the kidneys get worse. ------------------------------------------
Kidneys also suffer from excessive alcohol I'm consuming. Blood vessels in the kidney
lose elasticity and contractility. The small structures in them are modified for fat. Albumin in the blood easily crosses the membrane. This causes the body to lose strength, as if it were gradually deficient in blood.
Pulmonary congestion. ------------------------
Alcohol slightly relaxes the pulmonary vessels as they are most exposed to heat and cold fluctuations. .. When affected by sudden fluctuations in temperature, clogging is likely to occur. During the harsh winter season, sudden and deadly congestion of the lungs can easily affect alcoholism.
Alcohol weakens the heart. --------------------------
Alcohol intake has a strong effect on the heart. The membrane-like structure that covers and lines the heart changes texture and becomes thickened, cartilage, or calcareous. After that, the valve loses its suppleness and the so-called valve failure becomes permanent.
Because the structure of the mantle of the large blood vessels away from the heart shares the same structural changes, the blood vessels lose the power and elasticity to nourish the heart by the reaction of the post-dilation of the heart. Hit and filled with blood.
Again, the muscular structure of the heart fails due to degenerative changes in its tissues. The elements of muscle fibers are replaced by fat cells. If not, it will be converted to a modified muscle texture with significantly reduced contractile forces.
People who suffer from these organic deteriorations of the central and governing organs of the circulatory system experience that fact so slowly that they rarely fall on them until the disaster progresses far. You are aware of a central loss of physical fitness due to minor causes such as excessive exercise, restlessness, interruptions in rest, or excessive long-term abstinence. They feel what they call a "sink," but they know that wine and other stimulants quickly relieve that sensation. So they try to mitigate it until they finally realize that the treatment is failing. An exhausted, overworked, faithful heart can no longer be tolerated. It took that path and broke the Governor of the River of Blood. The current overflows into the tissue and gradually clogs the path, or stops in the center with slight tweaks or excessive movement.