Long term alcohol

Dr. Sergio Jaramillo

Long term alcohol in the prefrontal cortex effects on this part of the brain can change a person’s behavior, affirms Doctor Sergio Jaramillo, Neurologist at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.

He also explains, in a digital imaging, that when people can feel comfortable with the alcohol effects, they tend to do things that they normally would not do if they didn’t have alcohol in their bodies.

Cerebellum is another organ that can be very sensitive to the long-term effects of alcohol. Alcoholics can have very poor balance, so they tend to stagger and keep their legs farther apart, Doctor Jaramillo explains.

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