Gastronomy tan, or How to recognize an alcoholic in appearancePictolic
The alcoholic is their own, very special "aroma", which is not be confused with one another. But in addition to olfactory signs, a drinker has external characteristics that clearly distinguish it from the crowd.
For bloodshot and puffy face you can see a character drinking even in cartoons. The cause of the redness is increased blood pressure and rapid pulse caused by the body's fight against toxins. The blood rushing not only in the limbs but also to the head. So on the face of the drunk person has blush.
But those who abuse alcohol on a regular basis, vessels can become damaged which later becomes the cause of persistent bluish and purple bruises. In addition, due to the large number of toxic substances oxygen to certain parts of the body, and altogether ceases to act.
In addition to the specific color, alcohol gives a person some extra swelling. For withdrawal of alcohol from the body needs plenty of water. It is required for the chemical reactions contributing to the decomposition of ethanol. Water balance in the body rather shaky, and the loss of even a small amount of fluid dehydration, as the body tends to compensate for this shortage as quickly as possible.
Due to the negative impact of alcohol on brain cells suffer and the vestibular apparatus of the drinker, which the gait is disturbed. Coordination problems remain even after the person stops drinking.
And even years after the rejection of alcohol abuse are unable to completely return the person to normal. Thus, a control group who never were alcoholics, in tests for "bipedalism" performed better than those who suffered from alcoholism a few years ago. Dr. George FEIN says that former alcoholics in General the balance is not restored until the end of never. According to him, in the best case we can expect a 80-90% recovery, but no more.
Hand tremor can occur not only in alcoholics, but the average person, who allowed himself a little extra. Therefore, it is necessary to highlight the tremor as a symptom of poisoning, and tremor as a sign of alcoholism.