Excess drinking can cause many health challenges, it can also lead to liver sickness and wounds inflicted through car accidents, and this is publicly known. However, if you believe that liver disease and car crashes are the only health risks assosiated with alcohol consumption then you are wrong. More than 60 diseases have been linked to alcohol consumption by researchers throughout the world.
As someone who studies alcoholism at Bowles Centre for Alcohol Studies (a university) and psychiatry professor at the Chapel Hill School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina, James C. Garbutt, MD has said that "Alcohol does all kinds of things in the body, and we're not fully aware of all its effects". It's a pretty complicated little molecule.
Given below are the 12 conditions which are linked to chronic heavy drinking.