Will B5 help a 33-year-old woman who has memory loss due to years of drinking alcohol?
That's a lot of beers in one night and every night. Alcohol can do damage to the kidneys and liver. Either this person has to cut-down drastically (actually quitting would be best) and if not an alcoholic then stick to a glass of red wine a night. Red wine is good for the heart and blood. It's adviseable this woman see a doctor and have tests done for the memory loss. She could be suffering from "black outs." 33 may not sound old, but if you drink heavy from the time you are in your mid to late teens it's long enough to do a lot of damage.