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Dec. 25, 2020 – Perhaps one of the most known effects of drinking in excess is damage to the liver. The liver is responsible for breaking down and removing harmful substances and toxins from your body. However, regularly drinking alcohol (and a lot of it) can disrupt this all-important process, and it can also increase your risk of chronic liver inflammation and liver disease.
Liver disease can lead to toxins and waste building up in your body, which can be life-threatening.
Bottom line, you can drink alcohol if you want, just do so in moderation so you can dodge poor health outcomes. For more, be sure to read What Happens To Your Body When You Give Up Alcohol.