Here’s what happens to your brain when you get blackout drunk

“Alcohol can interfere with the brain’s ability to convert short-term memories into long-term memories.

This is what happens when you get blackout drunk. You don’t pass out, yet you have no recollection of experiences while you were awake. 

Binge drinking prevents the neurotransmitters in your brain from working properly, so those memories simply aren’t stored when you black out.”

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