How does the use of alcohol and tobacco affect the functioning of internal organs?

Being a cell poison, alcohol damages the cells of the heart muscle and increases pressure (even with a single dose – for several days). All 5-7 hours, while the drunk alcohol circulates in the blood, the heart works in an unfavorable mode. The pulse increases to 100 beats per minute, the body disrupts the metabolism and nutrition of the heart muscle. When alcohol (especially beer) is abused, excess fat accumulates in the heart muscle, it degenerates, becomes flabby, and the heart is struggling with work. The result is premature atherosclerosis and hypertension.

Organ system The Impact of Drinking
Circulatory lowers blood supply to internal organs, reduces the amount of hemoglobin in the blood, destroys red blood cells, causes obesity of the heart
Breathing alcohol and decay products affect trachea and alveoli
Digestive burns the mucous membranes of the mouth, esophagus, stomach; activity of gastric juice decreases; leads to liver inflammation
Nervous coordination of movements, mental functions are disturbed, inhibition processes are weakened
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