What Are the Effects of Alcohol on the Brain?

Alcohol-induced brain damage refers to chronic damage to memory and high-level mental function associated with the frontal and limbic systems of the brain caused by alcohol.

Alcohol-induced brain damage

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Alcohol-induced brain damage refers to chronic damage to memory and high-level mental function associated with the frontal and limbic systems of the brain caused by alcohol.
Alcohol related brain damage
Refers to chronic impairment of memory and advanced mental function associated with the frontal and limbic systems of the brain caused by drinking. Therefore, the concepts of amnesia and frontal syndrome caused by alcohol are combined. The main manifestation of amnestic syndrome is near memory impairment. Frontal damage is manifested as defects of abstract thinking, concept formation, planning, and complex information processing, while other cognitive functions remain relatively intact and clear. Alcohol-related brain damage is different from alcohol-induced dementia, which has more extensive cognitive impairment. See: Alcohol-induced dementia; Alcohol-related brain damage.

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