EP 350: Reader Question – Have I done permanent damage to my brain?

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What kind of damage does alcohol do to your brain? Is it reversible? Aside from stopping drinking, is there anything you can do to heal your brain? Also, what is the impact of all the worry you feel wondering if you have caused yourself permanent brain damage? Annie Grace explains … 

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Highlights of permanent brain damage from drinking?

  • The brain is incredibly malleable. Its capacity to heal is unparalleled.
  • We can change the structure of the brain with our thinking and our thoughts.
  • Impact of drinking on the prefrontal cortex
  • Lizard brain vs Mammalian brain
  • As the brain heals it can grow stronger.
  • There are very few instances of permanent brain damage from drinking.
  • Usually drinking for 50, 60 years excessively daily
  • Why does this worry give you?
  • Our bodies are miraculous

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