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Part Of Brain Damaged By Alcohol Abuse
Visibly, it is continuing to drink in ways that are "out of control" despite negative consequences.It is a metabolic disorder where alcohol is not processed normally. Over time tolerance develops, (it takes more to get the desired effect). In later stages there are often withdrawal symptoms when you stop, but not always. Many relapse after abstaining for a while, esp. ...Read more
Possible brain damage (wernicke) from 4 year period of alcohol abuse. Eyes are suddenly misaligning and one turning out. What kind of doctor do I need?
Neurology: See a neurologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
MRI report Note is made of tissue loss in the cerebellum,
predominantly in the vermis. How would that happen? 46yr old-former alcohol abuse, brain inj
CerbeelarAlcoholeffe: I commend you for not using Alcohol now. Structural damage in the cerebellum of alcoholics is tissue volume loss in the anterior superior vermis due to either shrinkage or atrophy of Purkinje cells (large nerve cells that make up mu much of the volume of the vermis). It can also happen due to head injury. See Neurologist for Diagnosis. See Psychiatrist for Therapy, Alcohol effects; AA meetings ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol Damage: The damage is related to the amount you are using, the strength of the alcohol, and your sensitivity to your level of use. Alcohol damages the liver, then the brain, can damage the lining of the stomach. The nutritional/vitamin deficiencies can lead to further liver damage, muscle wasting, and neurological damage, including numbness, problems with strength and balance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can long term alcohol abuse damage your motor skills and balance? and can you recover with abstinence? 3 months sober still have symptoms liver's fine
Addictive Disease: Dr. Nora volkow, head of the natl. Institute for drug abuse describes an addiction as a: brain disease, which causes a person to engage in a behaviors which may lead to dire consequences, the person knows that, but continues the behaviors. It is possible to be addicted to food, gambling, sex, drug or alcohol. Chronic alcohol abuse can adversely affect every organ in the body except kidneys. ...Read more
Connection between narcolepsy and chronic alcohol abuse over time? 52 year old brother-in-law diagnosis with narcolepsy and has abused alcohol for decades.
Challenging problem: Chronic alcohol abuse could lead to falling asleep simply from intoxication -- which could complicate ongoing narcolepsy if this is also going on. Alcohol abuse will certainly worsen any brain-related condition, and will disturb sleep -- insomnia common. Is he willing to get help for the alcohol abuse? If not, the outlook is not good for him. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Question:why do people w/chronic alcohol abuse start havn seizures when they never have beforehand?
Withdrawal effect: Chronic alcohol use may cause a physiologic dependence, such that when it is abruptly stopped, one may experience a withdrawal syndrome. Alcohol has sedative effects. Stopping it leads to activation of the brain. A seizure is a severe form of activation. It can be prevented by properly treating the withdrawal with the appropriate medicines like benzodiazepines. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol abuse is also known as Alcoholism. Abuse is the use of a substance (or doing an activity) that the user knows (or has been told by competent authority) that continued use is dangerous or unhealthful. Addiction is escalation of dose/frequency of use, drug/activity seeking, and not doing daily ...Read more
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