What are some negative health consequences associated with drinking alcohol?
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Answer . Drinking in moderation won't hurt most people. However for those that over indulge for several years it will cause a myriad of health issues such as possibly bleeding ulcers, stomach trouble, liver and kidney problems. Relationship problems. No one enjoys a sloppy drunk!
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if your thinkin about drinkin cocaine you are a mental retard. The consumption of just a half g to a gram can be fatal. You'll go into convulsions and your heart will stop
You should never induce vomiting. Stomach acids are very harsh andcan damage the esophagus from vomiting too much.
It can cause Estrogen levels to drop which causes lots of problems from fertility to bone density.
Losing a job, losing a partner, family problems, getting into legal trouble, health problems - just to name a few.
Low body weight, frail bones, hair loss, heart problems, organ weakness, fatigue, dizziness, fainting, malnourishment, discolored nails, depression, dry / flaky skin, other organ problems / organ failure, and potential death.
The brain develops until you're in your 20s "There is compelling evidence that adolescents are at a greater risk of experiencing long-term consequences from drinking because the human brain continues to develop until people are in their mid-20's".--from Alcohol Education
Very serious health problems (such as heart failure) can be the outcome of Anorexia nervosa. In many cases, death can be the outcome.
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Most of the health consequences will more than likely be mental, since Anorexia is a disease of the mind, that is shown through the physical side effects. You're teeth won't go bad from the stomach acid like when someone is bulimic and puking constantly, but you'll probably have last effects, like t…hinking about going back to being anorexic, up to years after you're healthy again. This is different for everyone though. (MORE)
Not only can the pregnant mother's health be severely effected, the baby can have irreversible damage done. FAS (Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is very serious and everything should be done to avoid it.
Liver failure, which happens to be a miserable, painful way to die. Seizures. Alcohol withdrawal, which in my experience as a nurse has proven in my patients to be worse than heroin withdrawal.
In moderation, most people would say no. Some studies indicate a glass of wine every day helps lower blood pressure. The problem is, many people who drink, drink too often.
You may commit offences you would not dream of if you were sober. Abuse generally leads to addiction and you may ruin the rest of your life.
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Alcohol drinkers are prone to many health problems. Some are minors that can be treated for a little period of time and some can be very dangerous. Alcohol can cause cancers, cirrhosis of the liver, heart diseases, strokes, obesity and insomnia. It can also cause pregnancy problems for pregnant wome…ns. (MORE)
Alcoholism is a disease. Thus, its consequences can only be classed as "moral" issues by stretching the meaning of moral to its limits. Social consequences, however, such as alienation from family and friends, inability to conform to societal norms because of impairment and the urgencies of the a…ddicted state, and so forth, are very much a part of the alcoholic syndrome. (MORE)
Some health problems that anorexia can cause areâ¦. Little to no body fat left, making a person more susceptible to the cold. Dry, flaky skin. Hair (on the head) loss, dullness, thinning, becoming more lank, loss of "shine". Hair (on the body) growth of thin, "peach-fuzz" hair called lanugo. …Weakness, fainting, and dizziness. Low heart rate, low blood pressure, and low body temperature. Depression. Organ malfunction, weakening, or failure. Malnutrition / starvation (which can be fatal) (MORE)
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Being underage, being pregnant or trying to become pregnant, either preparing for or recovering from surgery, being an alcoholic who wants to quit, driving a vehicle or operating equipment, preparing to appear in court, etc.
Drinking in moderation is associated with better health and longer life than abstaining or abusing alcohol. For example, it reduces the risk of heart disease and heart attack by an average of 40%. That's important because heart disease the single major cause of death in Western societies. If you …drink too much, alcohol can be harmful. Also, the younger you are, the more likely it is to have brain damage by abusing drinking. (MORE)
Being fat can generally be harmful. An obese persson can be susceptible to heart attacks,diabetes, cancer, fatal blocking of an artery, having fat accumulated in the liver, hernia and chronic renal failure(means your kidneys fail to work). These are some of the consequences of beinf fat or obese.
If you are of legal age, there are no consequences for drinking alcohol. (Minors can be charged criminally of possession/consumption of alcohol.) However, various consequences stem from improper or excessive consumption of alcohol, such as driving under the influence (DUI) or public intoxication.
Alcohol withdrawal without medical help will result in some or all of the following: extreme anxiety, disorientation, hallucinations, sleep disorders, hand tremors, nausea, sweating, seizures, blood pressure spikes, and racing pulse. Delirium tremens (DTs -- physical and visual hallucinations accomp…anied by terror reactions) may be present. In the worst cases, untreated alcohol withdrawal syndrome can result in death related to high blood pressure (stroke) and seizures. (MORE)
The health effects of drinking unsafe water can range from nosymptoms to severe illness or even death. Some of the effects ofdrinking contaminated water may not be noticed for many years.Nausea, vomiting, cramps, diarrhea, worms, hepatitis, typhoid andmany other illnesses can occur if we drink unsaf…e water. (MORE)
The disadvantages are exactly the same for everyone: . Addiction, and the implied financial and further health risks of that. . Liver damage from long-term or heavy use. . Brain damage from long-term or heavy use. . Increased chance of injury by accidents. . Higher chance of events such as con…tracting an STD. . High risk of injury from fighting or assault. (MORE)
The one you don't drink. Alcohol is what does the damage, so it's the amount of alcohol you take in -- regardless of the way you do it -- that matters in the long run. If a woman drinks alcohol during her pregnancy, her baby can be born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), a lifelong condition that… causes physical and mental disabilities. FAS is characterized by abnormal facial features, growth deficiencies, and central nervous system (CNS) problems. People with FAS might have problems with learning, memory, attention span, communication, vision, hearing, or a combination of these. These problems often lead to difficulties in school and problems getting along with others. Nice gift to give your baby, isn't it? (MORE)
O'Doul's contains about 1/2% alcohol. That is enough to trigger the addiction in many alcoholics. For other people, neither O'Doul's nor any other beverage is likely to affect their health if they don't overdo it.
Lung inflammation Impair lung function Minor Lung Illnesses - the common cold is the most familiar of these, with symptoms including sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, coughing and sometimes irritation of the eyes. Lung Infections - croup, bronchitis, and pneumonia are caused by viruses or b…acteria and are very common. Symptoms may include cough, fever, chills and shortness of breath. Asthma - is an increasingly common chronic disease among children and adults. It causes shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing or whistling in the chest. Asthma attacks can be triggered by a variety of factors including exercise, infection, pollen, allergies and stress. It can also be triggered by a sensitivity to non-allergic types of pollutants present in the air such as smog. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) - is also known as chronic obstructive lung disease and encompasses two major disorders: emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Emphysema is a chronic disorder in which the walls and elasticity of the alveoli are damaged. Chronic bronchitis is characterized by inflammation of the cells lining the inside of bronchi, which increases the risk of infection and obstructs airflow in and out of the lung. Smoking is responsible for approximately 80% of COPD cases while other forms of air pollution may also influence the development of these diseases. Symptoms include cough, production of mucous and shortness of breath. It is important to note that no cure exists for people suffering from COPD although healthy lifestyle and appropriate medication can help. Lung Cancer - is the most common cause of death due to cancer in women and men. Cigarette smoke contains various carcinogens and is responsible for most cases of this often fatal disease. The symptoms of lung cancer begin silently and then progress to chronic cough, wheezing and chest pain. Air pollution has been linked somewhat weakly to lung cancer. Coronary Artery Disease - refers to the narrowing or blocking of the arteries or blood vessels that supply blood to the heart. This disease includes angina and heart attack which share similar symptoms of pain or pressure in the chest. Unlike angina, the symptoms caused by heart attack do not subside with rest and may cause permanent damage to the heart. Smoking, lack of exercise, excess weight, high cholesterol levels in the blood, family history and high blood pressure are some of the factors that may contribute to this disease. Heart Failure - is a condition in which the heart is unable to cope with its work load of pumping blood to the lungs and the rest of the body. The most common cause is severe coronary artery disease. The main symptoms are shortness of breath and swelling of the ankles and feet. Heart-Rhythm Problems - are irregular or abnormal rhythms of the heart beat. In some cases heart-rhythm problems are caused by coroneary artery disease. Symptoms of heart-rhythm problems influttering in the chest (palpitation) and feeling light-headed. Some heart-rhythm problems are life-threatening and need emergency treatment. (MORE)
You may do something that you regret. You may give into peer pressure. You may put yourself in a risky situation.
Accidents, policemen, judges, spouses and divorce lawyers are sometimes associated with the abuse of alcohol Two good things associated with the moderate consumption of alcohol are better health and longer life.
Drinking alcohol in moderation is associated with better health and greater longevity than is abstaining from alcohol. It is abusing alcohol that is bad for health.
Some types alcoholic drinks include of beer (made from grains), wine (made from fruit usually grapes), vodka, and whiskey.
no it does not milk is a very good drink to have after a work out but not as much before your workout.
It is negative by using medication for 2 reasons 1. Alcohol causes brain damage 2. medication is a drug So it is very dangerous and very near to drinking and doing drugs and can probably kill you in a month or 2 or in a few weeks depending on how strong your body is
If the alcohol is consumed in large amount then it is not good for health it effects your overall body it causes damage to your kidney, liver, brain and heart also.
Actually doctors agree that people who remain a virgin their entire life have a lower life expectancy. The sexually activity is good for everyone's health, both mental and physical. They say people well into their 70's should still remain sexually active in order to increase life expectancy.
When it is abused, alcohol can increase risk of vehicular injury or death, can increase the risk of falls, can increase the risk of violence, etc.
u can receive an assault charge. even if the other parents to choose no to press charges by law the cops stilldo itfor a zero fighting tolerance rule. i got a second egree assault charge, and beingput on probation for it.
Health consequences are as follows: * lung and respitory problems * killing off of certain animal species creating less food supply * creating less water supply * algae build-up can create air-born diseases
Drinking alcohol in moderation is associated with better health and greater longevity than is abstaining from it. It is the abuse of alcohol that increases the risk of health problems.
There are numerous consequences, some short term and some long term. The short term consequences would be poor judgement, slowed reaction time, inability to drive as well as alcohol poisoning when consuming too much alcohol in a short period of time. As for long term consequences, drinking too much …alcohol can result in liver damage, liver disease and could also make a person become an alcoholic meaning that they are addicted to and cannot function without alcohol. (MORE)
It depends on what country and state your in and what age you are and what you are doing with alcohol. If you are in the USA and under 21 you get and MIP. This can but normally doesn't involve jail time. Probably fine+community service. If you are caught with an open container (any age) in a motor v…ehicle you get an open container violation ticket (fine+community service normally) you can also get this for drinking in a non legal way (I.E. walking down the street drinking a bottle of whiskey with out a covering over it in most states.) This question is vague. Restate the question saying what you are or intend on doing, your age, and where you plan on doing it. (MORE)
Alcohol itself doesn't persuade. However, the medical consensus that drinking alcohol (beer, wine and liquor) contributes to good health and longevity is persuasive.
Some negative consequences of imperialism include limited power for the people and a central ruler with nearly total control. These countries are often well organized by have fewer freedoms than most.
Being in a negative relationship causes stress to a person. This burden can affect your concentration and enjoyment of life. Measures must be done to improve the relationship, otherwise it should be terminated to halt the ill effects.
Alcohol has some very adverse consequences on the health of the human body. For one, the damage to the liver, over time, is exponential. The immediate dehydration of the human body after the consumption of alcohol can lead to health issues when used in excess. For the most part, the immediate effect…s of alcohol consumption are evident in the decrease in inhibitions, judgemnet, and the and immediate dehydration. (MORE)
Anemia, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cirrhosis of the liver, dementia, depression, seizures, gout, high blood pressure, impaired immune system, nerve damage, and pancreatitis are all linked to excessive use of alcohol.
The main effect of FAS is permanent central nervous system damage,having recently drunk alcohol, and up to 30% drink alcohol at somepoint during pregnancy.