How Does Alcohol Affect The Body

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Alcohol and the different aspects and effects in the Body What is known as alcohol? And why, if it is considered a gateway drug if it is consumed by so many people today. It is also important to know and understand why after so many tests and research that it have been performed on the effects that alcohol have in the human body, is still been available for purchase legally in the world (with exception of a few countries when it is considered illegal to consume alcohol for any purpose), Alcohol Production and History Alcohol is the result of simple sugars reacting to yeast, the juice extracted from fruit, grains, and vegetables when is allow to ferment, and carbon dioxide is lost, the end result is a colorless, flammable and with a bitter…show more content…
During this period of prohibition the consumption of alcohol was still shown an strong popularity in the community, many of the downfalls of the laws at this periods where not been follow by the organizers of the move or their relatives, even for the majority of the population the alcohol consumption found other ways to be obtain, and the rising of spirits consumption began in compare to less potent beverages as before like vine and beer. Some of the great benefits of prohibitions in the United State are, the recognition of necessary research needed to ensure the health benefits and complications that alcohol can present, the legalization of alcohol to ensure not underground market is stablish, therefore taxes and regulations can be enforce on production and sales of alcohol, that created a great benefit for states ravenous, lower violence due to alcohol contraband, and stablish nationwide legal age of purchase and consumption of alcohol (this law was slowly abducted by all states), that have been in place, even when it have been challenge in some states still hold to the age of twenty…show more content…
To put it another way, it is likely that restricting the alcohol consumption of people, it is likely that restricting the alcohol consumption of people in their late 20s (or even older) would also reduce alcohol-related harms at least.” Also most of the economic and damages consequences of consuming alcohol at a young age are risky sexual behaviors, commission of crime, criminal victimization, and reduce work force productivity (Carpenter & Dobkin, 2011). Effects and Consequences of Alcohol in the Body. As is it shown before the consumption of alcohol can created many criminal and economic consequences, but it also can created a great level of physical,
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