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It sort of wreaks havoc on the balance.
It wreaks havoc and causes way too much drama, as you have observed.
Some people show subtle symptoms such as isolation and a lack of communication with loved ones, while others find alcohol use wreaks havoc on their entire lives.
The right coat will also be reliable - the one you turn to whenever the weather wreaks havoc with your day or requires an extra layer of warmth.
This excess glucose wreaks havoc on the patient's system including the tissues and nerves in the feet.