Effects Of Alcohol On The Human Brain

793 Words Mar 17th, 2016 4 Pages
Everyone is an addict, it’s the stubborn ones that takes their time finding out what kind of addict they are. There are addicts that know they’re addicts but are too stubborn to say they’re addicted. Addiction is characterized by inability to consistently abstain, impairment in behavioral control, craving, and diminished recognition of significant problems with one’s behaviors. The most recognized users in the world are marijuana addicts and alcohol addicts. Both substances have been around for several years, but recent studies show, and have shown alcohol has more of a negative effect on the human brain, and body overall, than marijuana, while other activities, that are not considered as addictive, can have the same addictive features, and more dire consequences.

Unlike the temporary effects of marijuana, Alcohol can have very consequential long term effect Alcoholic fatty liver, Alcoholic hepatitis, Alcoholic fibrosis and sclerosis of liver, Alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver.Much like Merijuanna alciohol is known to affect ones mood, it is not unusual for one who is intoxicated to become hysterical, they are no longer in control of their bodies. At the legal BAC, most people are feeling really good, but unfortunately that good feeling leads to an increase in bad decisions. There has been an average of 1,393 deaths due to drunk driving and, 75% of all sexual assaults involve this fire water. On the opposite side marijuana I used to combat many dieses and their symptoms, it…
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