How one night of binge drinking could cause problems with the brain, stomach and the liver

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How one night of binge drinking could cause problems with the brain, stomach and the liver

Not only does alcohol cause damage to the stomach lining, but it can "manifest itself in abdominal pain or even chest pain".Binge drinking can also

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Not only does alcohol cause damage to the stomach lining, but it can “manifest itself in abdominal pain or even chest pain”.

Binge drinking can also cause vomiting, which then runs the risk of tearing the oesophagus, which can lead to a “life-threatening” bleed.

Preston added that drinking alcohol can lead to a build-up of dangerous fat in the liver, which may lead to liver disease.

Furthermore, binge drinking can lead to heart palpitations, and in the long term, drinking alcohol excessively can lead to a weak heart and high blood pressure.



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