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  • Answer: Human beings are naturally social creatures and much of what we consider to be life affirming comes through social interaction. Alcohol, in limited quantities, tends to dis-inhibit behaviors through the mechanism of anesthesia in the frontal cortex of our brains. This can have mixed effects on behavior, and the social tendency is that we adhere to the old adage that birds of a feather flock together. In other words, you will find yourself hanging out with people who have a similar relationship with beverage alcohol that you do.

    As alcohol intake is increased, and the duration of usage increases, months, weeks, and years, there is a more pronounced effect on some users. That same anxiety that made alcohol such an effective social lubricant becomes an anesthetic for anxieties resulting from the activities of daily living. Some users drink to the point of becoming asocial, preferring to spend much of their time in autistic fantasy rather than actually engaging in social activities. Others spend time in social activities but with people who drink like they do. A sampling of bar patrons will reveal that ninety percent of the alcohol consumed is consumed by about 10 percent of the habitual patrons. The contents of the communications will reveal that the patrons are also spending their time in autistic fantasy land, but in the company of other similarly disengaged individuals.

    The effect over time for those who are susceptible to becoming chemically dependent is that they become increasingly withdrawn from meaningful social interaction, increasingly alienated from the general reality of those around them, and increasingly isolated because of their inability to respond appropriately to others.
  • Answer: one cannot know how alcohol affects your social health
  • Answer: Socially, anorexia is greatly harming our society. It is a little nagging bug on the back of society that shows us how destructive we (and the ideals) are becoming. For a perosn suffereing from anorexia, social problems can happen like isolation and depression, too.
  • Answer: In some respects technology improves social relations, especially internationally. However in everyday life people may communicate just through phones instead of speaking. This could make people more unsociable.
  • Answer: some times people can pay too much attention on what they are going to wear and guess what.....they are going to forget all about their social classes
    .......but it kind of depends how much they are worried about fashion it may not affect some people
    do you get me?
  • Answer: no, it just means that you are more experienced that other people.
  • Answer: Everyone has a religious view one way or another. Therefore it makes it impossible for all people involved in politics to separate their religious ideals from secular concerns.
  • Answer: im not really sure how it effects social life but it does effect the planet.
  • Answer: It makes your senses go haywire and creates illusions that your brain has produced.
  • Answer: There is a limit for income from working you have not reached your full-retirement age . You can make as much money as you want to from sources such as interest, investment income, rental income, etc. See Sources and related links for details.
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    • Stress
    • drinking/smoking/drugs

  • Answer: Like any country social structure of Ghana is affected by the economy, the culture, and the political climate. It is a growing economy that has recently, relatively speaking, been freed form british rule and as such is still evolving.
  • Answer: By bridging the electricity
  • Answer: An example of how religion affected the organization of the socialpyramid was the rising of priests on the pyramid. This was due tothe influence of religion among the general population, and thespecial relationship priests are seen to have with God.

How does asthma affect your social life?

  • J do not think thet asthma affect on your social life much.

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