Alcoholism should be banned

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TASK 1
Topic: Alcohol consumption should be banned. Argue for or against the statement.
Argument For
Topic sentence: Alcohol consumption should be banned
Supporting ideas:
1. Effects of alcohol abuse in your body
2. How does alcohol affect family life’s
3. The effects of drinking and driving

Task 2
Rough draft
In my personal opinion I am in favour of alcohol being banned. I am a victim of alcoholic parents , so I can relate to the difficulties that I was faced with, their continuos obsession with alcohol and their inability to control the consumption, despite the negative affects it has in their finances, children and work. I am fully aware that alcoholism is a disease. And I strongly believe it can be
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I have pointed out some of the negative aspects of alcoholism. Alcohol abuse has destroyed billions of lifes,by banning alcohol there will be a decrease in road accidents and society will be functional,from my personal experiences with alcoholic parents and the negative effect it has on my life,I waver the banning of alcohol

Alcohol consumption should be banned, Argue for the statement

In my personal opinion I am in favor of alcohol being banned. I am a victim of alcoholic parents, so I can relate to the difficulties that I was faced with, their continuous obsession with alcohol and their inability to control their consumption, despite the negative affects it has in their finances, children and work. I am fully aware that alcoholism is a disease. And I strongly believe it can be cured. Alcoholism is still having a devastating impact globally.

Alcohol abuse has been proven to have harmful affects to the body. Heavy drinking causes harm to all body organs, especially to the brain, heart and liver, it also interferes with the bodies abilities to absorb vitamin c and a, calcium and certain minerals, over indulgence of alcohol, causes temporary loss of vision, consciousness or memory disorder, heavy drinking may cause a person’s heart to become enlarged or to beat irregularly, it also raises the blood pressure and heart rate increasing the risk of stroke or
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