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Here Is What Exactly Happens To Each Organ When You Consume Alcohol!

Some recent studies have shown that the moderate use of alcohol can have beneficial effects on the coronary system. Generally, for healthy people (when we say “healthy people” we mean on non-pregnant women, people without pre-existing medical condition, and individuals that are not addicted to alcohol), a drink per day for the women and no more than 2 drinks a day for men could be considered the maximum expanse of alcohol consumption to be considered reasonable use. Moreover, the amount of alcohol that an individual may drink safely is highly personal, depending on age, sex, weight, genetics, family history, etc. A drink should be:


4 to 5 ounces wine
10 ounces wine cooler
12 ounces beer
1 to ¼ ounces of distilled liquor (80 proof vodka, whiskey, rum, or scotch)
Here Is What Exactly Happens To Each Organ When You Consume Alcohol!

Too much drinking on single occasion or over time, could take serious toll on the health. Here are certain ways which alcohol could negatively affect the body:

The alcohol interferes with brain’s communication pathway, and could affect the way your brain works and looks. These disruptions could change your behavior and mood, and make it harder to think much clearly and move with the coordination.

The alcohol causes your pancreas to produce toxic substances, which could eventually lead to pancreatitis, a swelling of blood vessels and dangerous inflammation which prevents a proper digestion.

Drinking a lot for a long time or too much drinking on a single occasion could damage the heart, causing issues including:

Cardiomyopathy (drooping and stretching of the heart muscle)
Arrhythmias (irregular heart beating)
High blood pressure
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