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Physical and mental impairment resulting from the use of alcohol

Physical and mental impairment resulting from the use of alcohol

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– Please choose a chapter. – Preface – Report on Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to Stand Trial) Referencing terms (CMIA) Additional terms of reference – The Children’s Court and Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to Stand Trial) Crimes – Glossary (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Document on Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) executive summary Crimes – Recommendations (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) 1 introductory paragraph (CMIA report) 2. Improving the CMIA’s systemic operation 3 Clarifying the law on the defense of mental impairment4 Reframing the test for unfitness to stand trial 6. A specialized approach to the application of the CMIA in the Children’s Court5. Application of the CMIA in the Magistrates’ Court6. 7. Higher court jury trials under the CMIA 8. The CMIA’s rights and interests 9. The CMIA’s processes and conclusions in all courts 10 Improving the higher courts’ oversight, study, and leave systems 11.Supervision of persons who are under a court order of supervision 12 Last Words

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The majority of people who are addicted to alcohol have suffered memory loss and slowed thinking as a result of their drinking. They can have trouble recalling memories or remembering new things, such as a person’s name, if they drink. They could then have a blackout, in which they are unable to recall whole conversations or incidents that happened when they were intoxicated. It’s less well understood why these side effects arise and how heavy drinking can lead to significant long-term brain injury. However, what happens to alcoholics has a significant impact on the brain’s complex structures. It blocks chemical signals between brain cells (called neurons), causing impulsive actions, slurred speech, impaired memory, and sluggish reflexes, among other symptoms of intoxication. 1.2 The brain adapts to the blocked signals by reacting more dramatically to those brain chemicals if heavy drinking persists for a long time (called neurotransmitters). After the alcohol has left the bloodstream, the brain begins to overactivate the limbic system.