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What are some negative health consequences associated with drinking alcohol?
="h2headingh2"style="color:rgb(0,0,0);"name="answer">Negative effects of habitual alcohol use on physical health can include: Liver problems that could eventually kill the person if the drinking continues, stomach problems, diabetes, aging 10 times faster than normal, high blood pressure, and gout. The occasional drink is fine and even getting "tipsy" at the odd party, but if one drinks on a daily basis then time catches up. While young it doesn't seem like a big deal, but hitting the peak of 40 and up, a person who drinks too much is really out of shape (bloating and flabby) and isn't attractive at all. Some men and women have a red face or nose from too much drinking.
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You should never induce vomiting. Stomach acids are very harsh and can damage the esophagus from vomiting too much.
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
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You may do something that you regret. You may give into peer pressure. You may put yourself in a risky situation.
arrest, violence, and alcohol abuse
yes because it damages your lungs, liver and brain
Scurvy and rickets are some health problems caused by lack of nutrition, but I don't know many 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.
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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.
you can die from alcohol because of all the drugs in it!!
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.
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Some health problems that anorexia can cause are… * 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)
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 effects of alcohol consumption are evident in the decrease in inhibitions, judgemnet, and the and immediate dehydration.