Alcohol Body Damage

Alcohol Body Damage

Having a glass or two of wine is fine, but what happens when you drink too much alcohol too quickly?

Many people have woken up after a night of drinking with a firm resolution in mind: “I’m never drinking again.” Far too often, one drink turns into two and two turns into many more and, eventually, we find ourselves drunk.

When someone is intoxicated, that person loses a lot of the motor skills that he or she possesses when he or she isn’t drunk. Imagine a drunk person trying to read that last sentence — it just wouldn’t sound good. Other than slurred speech, we all know what drunk people look like: They drop glasses, they stumble around, and they often they wind up making regrettable decisions.

When someone drinks too much and doesn’t remember what happened, he or she has experienced a blackout. While there are different underlying factors that influence a blackout, there’s one common theme amongst those experiencing one: A blackout represents a dangerously high level of intoxication. If you don’t remember things that happened after going out, you’ve simply had far too much to drink. Other than losing valuable possessions, embarrassing yourself on the dance floor, and potentially having unprotected sex with a stranger (and let’s not even mention the carnage that could occur if you drive a car in that condition), blacking out can lead to much more dire consequences.

Drinking to the point of a blackout can often lead to physical harm or, in the worst cases, death. We’ve done some research behind blackouts and also reached out to some experts in the field of substance abuse in order to help inform readers of what is actually happening during an alcohol-induced blackout.

Jay Woody, MD, co-founder and chief medical officer of Legacy ER & Urgent Care, helped us learn more about blacking out, and Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), a specialist in substance abuse, warns against the potentially deadly outcomes of over consumption.

If someone is “in a blackout, they can easily have reached the point of alcohol poisoning,” says Dr. Martinez. “When someone does, they can choke on their own vomit, [and] if they have mixed with medication, their central nervous system can slow their respiration so much they stop breathing.”

Alcohol Body Damage

Criminal Defense Lawyers, My Worst Nightmare: Terry Ekl

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This is your wake-up call!!!!!!

Vehicular homicides are enabled by the DuPage County Criminal Defense System: the same system responsible for the murder of my daughter and her friend. Terry Ekl and Don Ramsell are the head honchos in charge!

Be aware of DUI enabler Don Ramsell. He is a partner in the crimes of vehicular homicides by repeat offenders who were plea-bargained with the judge’s and prosecutors’ approval. Be aware of George Ryan’s licenses for bribes. You must educate yourself on his accountability for the murders of the Reverend Willis’ family (all 6 of his children)! They were on their way to Wisconsin when their minivan accidentally ran over a steel beam that fell off a truck driving ahead of them; the van then exploded, causing instant fatalities. The rickety old truck was being steered by an illiterate man named Guzman who was in possession of an illegal license sanctioned by the corrupt DMV drivers license office.

It was a license afforded by bribes to the corrupt George Ryan, our Governor!

We are calling for YOU to connect with the Courtwatchers of DuPage to instill government accountability. Our focus is to get all citizens actively involved! We need your support and pledges! Remember: We can be the solution as role models, or we can be our children’s worst enemy. It’s time to get educated on toxic products and legalized drugs!