Excess drinking can cause many health challenges, it can also lead to liver sickness and wounds inflicted through car accidents, and this is publicly known. However, if you believe that liver disease and car crashes are the only health risks assosiated with alcohol consumption then you are wrong. More than 60 diseases have been linked to alcohol consumption by researchers throughout the world.
"Alcohol affects the body in many ways that we are yet ignorant of" as quoted by James C. Garbutt, MD, a psychotherapy lecturer at the North Carolina University at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and also a University researcher of Bowles Centre for Alcohol courses. This is a molecule which is pretty complicated.
Up to 12 health issues that are linked to acute alcohol consumption include: