Alcohol Induced Dementia | Does Alcohol Cause Dementia?
There are many health-effects that are related to alcohol, both in the short and long-term. For example, chronic, excessive drinking can lead to an increased chance of developing many types of cancer, and it can also lead to a higher risk of liver problems and obesity.
It’s not just physical health concerns to consider with the use of alcohol, particularly excessively, however. There are also mental and psychological conditions that can be made worse with alcohol use or can develop as a result of chronic drinking.
One question people frequently have is does alcohol cause dementia? Some studies and research show the potential for alcohol-induced dementia, and details of this condition are below.
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