Kids see a night of drinking as a great way to have fun and party but do not see the consequences.
Getting drunk and even blacking out can lead to many problems.
Alcohol is a substance that has become a part of the social settings in today's world.
Many people can say they have drunk alcohol and most can even remember their first sip of beer.
Alcohol affects a wide range of digestive-system disorders such as inflammation of pancreas and cirrhosis of the liver.
The central and peripheral nervous systems can be permanently damaged causing blackouts, hallucinations, and extreme tremor may occur.
Whether it was given to us by our parents or at a social engagement, everyone has encountered alcohol in their lives.
But as responsible people, have we ever stopped to realize that we are taking a drug in to our system that is both harmful and addictive?
The effects that alcohol has on the body depends on the age, body weight, and the amount a person drinks.
The effects range from poor judgement to memory loss, slurred speech and slow reflexes to unconsciousness or even death.