The dangers that can occur from regularly drinking can go way beyond the morning hangover. Those who drink heavily have a high risk of damaged brain tissue, an array of liver disease and a variety of cancers.
So we advise you to keep these risks in mind when asking for one more drink. Alcohol’s impact on your body starts from the very first moment you take a sip of it.
While having the occasional glass of wine for dinner or lunch isn’t a cause for concern, the overall effects of drinking wine or beer can take its toll. A glass a day may do little damage to your overall health but the moment this habit grows and you find yourself having a hard time stopping after just one glass, the cumulative effects can add up.
It’s very easy once you start drinking to develop a physical and emotional dependency on alcohol. Alcohol withdrawal therefore can be difficult and very much life-threatening.
You’d need professional help to break an alcohol addiction and as a result of this many people might seek medical detoxification to get sober. This might be the safest way to ensure you break the physical addiction.
People who consume too much alcohol and frequently drink are at risk for cancer and more likely to develop cancer in the mouth, throat or liver. People who drink and use tobacco together, have an even greater chance of developing cancer.
Alcohol also affects your heart and lungs and it’s very well-known that people who are chronic drinkers of alcohol have a higher risk of heart-related issues.
More than those who do not drink. Women who drink heavily during pregnancy can put them self in danger because the risk is premature delivery, miscarriage, or stillbirth.
Drinking heavily reduces the body’s natural immune system therefore it makes it more difficult for the body to fight off invading germs and viruses. Your immune system just won’t be able to defend the body.
The people who drink heavily over a long period of time will most likely develop pneumonia or tuberculosis in comparison than the general population. About 10 percent of all tuberculosis cases worldwide can be connected to alcohol consumption.
These are just some of the many, many bad influences and consequences your body has to go through when you drink. It’s bad for your heath, it causes damage to your internal organs and puts you at risk to so many diseases.
It actually makes your life harder and more dangerous to your health. Ask yourself do you really want to do that to you.
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