The Effects of Alcohol Term Paper by hicaliber

The Effects of Alcohol
This paper explores the many harmful effects alcohol has on body processes.
# 95843 | 1,025 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Jun 03, 2007 in Psychology (Alcohol and Drugs) , Medical and Health (General) , Biology (General)

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The paper discusses how alcohol slows down brain activity, resulting in slurred speech, slowed reaction time, impaired vision and hearing, impaired thinking and memory and muscle weakness. The paper describes long-term effects associated with alcohol which include liver failure, nerve damage, epilepsy and heart failure. The paper discusses how the majority of adolescents believe alcohol makes it easier to socialize while adults often drink to cope with stress.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Alcohol. (2006). The Partnership for a Drug Free America. Retrieved November 05 2006 from:
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  • Sensible Drinking. (2006). BUPA. Retrieved November 05 2006 from:
  • Why Do Some People Drink Too Much? (2000 January 01). Alcohol Research & Health. Retrieved November 05 2006 from HighBeam Research Library.

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