Consequences Of Being Intoxicated

Intoxication is the symptomatic effect of high consumption of alcoholic  or/and drug substances.  When an individual being intoxicated, he/she is in the state of being stoned, drunken, tipsy, blind  or high, etc.   These are the result of alterations in the functioning of the of the brain, ie. neurostransmitter (a chemical substance such as acetylcholine, dopamine and serotonin) that transit nerve signals (information) between neurons (brain cells), or from a neuron to a set of muscles to make them contract.  Simply put, the functions of neurostranmitter link to anything that affects the behavior of a person.  

The effects (symptoms) may not be obvious in some people, especially if the person regularly abuse these substances.  However, the changes in the function of the brain still occurs.

One should take responsibility of avoiding intoxicating substances that act like "punching" the brain, which make it weak, and in the long term can result in brain-function related diseases such as amnesia, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson, etc.

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