What you need to know about alcohol use disorder – The Oklahoman

“Alcohol injures the brain’s limbic system, especially, which is the Intel chip of the brain,” said Dr. Harold Urschel III, chief medical strategist for Dallas, Texas-based Enterhealth. “This affects your judgment, organizing and insight,” he said, which is why the person with the Alcohol Use Disorder is often the last person to realize there is a problem.