Damage to the pancreas, cause diabetes, cancer
Normally, the pancreas is the producer of insulin, which helps to regulate blood sugar levels and a host of other hormones that help the intestines digest food.
When you drink a lot of alcohol, production of these hormones is interrupted or slowed down. Along with that, the toxins that accumulate in the pancreas can cause pancreatitis, gradually aging leading to more serious damage.
One day, when the pancreas loses its function and cannot make insulin, you will develop type 2 diabetes. Alcohol also increases the risk of pancreatic cancer.
Increased risk of gout
Gout is an excess of uric acid that causes them to accumulate in the muscles: the big toe, ankles, and knees, making walking very difficult. Excessive alcohol abuse gradually damages parts of your body and especially the liver and kidneys, making your body unable to get rid of toxins and harmful substances, putting you at higher risk for gout. .
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