Communication Systems : Where Lies The Power Of Communication?

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Communication Systems
Where lies the power in communication?

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Ethanol, also commonly called alcohol, drinking alcohol, or simply alcohol is the principal type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages, produced by the fermentation of sugars by yeasts. It’s focus on the effect of taking alcohol, especially on teenagers. When teenagers meeting with their friends or having party, maybe because of other people, maybe because of Instant Gratification or because of Misinformation, they may have some alcohol without adults in order to be more excited or ‘cool’. Having alcohol affects the nervous system.

Biochemistry behind the issue

● the interaction of the chemical with nerves
The brain is made up of more than 100 billion neurons. Each makes tens of thousands of connections. Alcohol will destroy or even kill neurons. This will make a great harm to teenagers brain development.
Alcohol is able to seep into the brain because it can go across the blood brain barrier. This means that it can directly move in the blood and touch the brain cells. Because of this, alcohol kills brain cells easily .
Brain cells are mostly fastened on Central Nervous System which is also called
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