Asked in Alcoholism, Drug Addiction
What is the role of the lungs in drug metabolism and excretion.?
The level of alcohol we exhale closely parrells the concentration of alcohol in our blood stream. Alcohol is metabolized in the liver not the lungs. ...
Asked in Alcoholism, Addictions
How does alcohol abuse affect the body?
Any drug (like cigarette and Alcohol) are deadly dangerous for the human body. The whole body system is affected, because brain gets slow and lungs get destroyed. Alcohol directly affect the brain, which controls the whole body. In practical terms, alcohol upset the whole system, of the body. ...
What are the effects of tobacco products alcohol and other harmful substances?
Tobacco and Alcohol which are drugs, cause your body to get addicted to them and it may cause diseases in your respiratory tract and it can affect your heart. Mainly lungs are infected or diseases or born in your lungs as a result of smoking, taking drugs or consuming Alcohol. Results can be fatal and deaths which have occurred by consuming tobacco and alcohol is common nowadays. ...
Asked in Alcoholism, Lungs
Can the use of alcohol affect lungs?
Yes. Abuse of alcohol, over the years, can enlarge your heart. This effects the "Heart, lung Machine", (heart, liver & lungs). The heart works harder to pump blood through the body, and red blood cells carry oxygen to the lungs, which is now being deprived. This can lead to heavy breathing, and heart attack. ...