1. Liver damage
Excessive alcohol use can have a negative impact on a variety of physiological systems. Because alcohol is largely processed in the liver, the liver is particularly vulnerable to harm. Alcohol is metabolized by the body into acetaldehyde, which is both poisonous and carcinogenic. The volume and duration of alcohol misuse have an impact on alcoholic liver damage. Chronic, heavy drinking puts you at a high chance of developing it.
Drinking extensively increases the risk of alcoholic fatty liver, a reversible early complication of heavy alcohol consumption. Chronic drinking consumption changes the liver’s fat metabolism, causing excess fat to build in the organ. Long-term inflammation of the liver, known as alcoholic hepatitis, is another result. Scar tissue may form as a result of this.