Drinking alcohol in moderation improves cardiovascular health
and reduces the risk of clogged arteries.
Smoking Causes - Cancer and Heart Failure . also is not relevent during football as many or footballers have died because of this .
it just can by what they eat!
yes, it do affect the alcohol
They shouldent drink alcohol because it is bad for there lungs, the wouldent be in shape, if they drink until the point there drunk, they could get hurt.
Yes, alcohol can affect you mentally. Alcohol has the ability to affect how fast you process information, and how logically you think and decide.
alcohol affect your cholesterol it incise hdl
Alcohol does not affect how well Mirena works.
The alcohol in not known to affect the flow of menstruation.
No. Corticosteroids can affect your mood, and could combine with alcohol (especially in terms of mood swings), but they will not affect the actual level of alcohol in your blood.
Alcohol does not affect how well Depo Provera works. No
Alcohol and tobacco do not affect chlamydia treatment.
Alcohol does not affect the cerebrum...rather it affects the cerebellum of the brain.
Alcohol will not affect the accuracy of STD testing.
Alcohol does not affect any birth control method.
Collective nouns for footballers are a team of footballers or a squad of footballers.
Alcohol can affect many organs. Liver, Kidneys, Heart, and the brain.
Alcohol slows reflexes.
Alcohol increases urination.
Alcohol can affect the nervous system, a major part of which is the brain. When too much alcohol enters the brain it can affect its functioning.
It likely will not affect your treatment, but it is a good practice not to drink alcohol during treatment.
Consuming alcohol at excessive levels can temporarily affect judgment and coordination negatively.
Alcohol can affect a few things. Alcohol can affect the mind, body and thinking.
Having food in your stomach does not really affect alcohol consumption, but it does affect alcohol digestion. Alcohol is absorbed into the blood more rapidly if there is no food in the stomach. But the amount that you drink remains up to you, whether your stomach contains food or not.
Alcohol can affect the kidney by hampering its job of filtering the blood and excreting the waste. Alcohol will also hinder the nutrients that are needed to flow into the bloodstream.
No. Blood alcohol level is a measure of how much alcohol is in solution in the blood. It is possible to affect the rate of absorption, but not the level that is reached.
No. Neither alcohol nor hep B affect the kidney. Hep B infection and alcohol both affect the liver but the vaccine is not a live vaccine so it does not.
No, but drinking alcohol will definitely affect the progress of your diabetes -- for the worse.
Alcohol has no affect on metabolism; metabolism breaks alcohol down in the body.
That depends on how you expect alcohol to affect you.
Alcohol increases the activity of GABA receptors.
alcohol hits your mouth and causes anthentic
Alcohol slows the heart rate.
Alcohol kills brain cells.
alcohol effects your liver by putting lipids on it.
Yes males consumption of alcohol affect the fetus later in life
No, your mood does not affect your BAC. Your BAC or blood alcohol level is only affected by the amount of alcohol you have consumed.
Alcohol can cause mental slowness in fetuses . It is called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
No alcohol ecause alcohol doesn't affect the brain only drugs do
this will affect the arthritis and make it more worse
Diabetes & Alcohol affect the liver.
alcohol mainly affects the stomach
Drinking alcohol temporarily slows the rate of respiration.
Alcohol affects every cell in the body.
Alcohol can cause several liver diseases.
likely yeah because the alcohol goes to your blood
Drinking Alcohol with Azithromycin will not affect you
Alcohol increased the heart rate.
There are no known interactions between alcohol and Nuva Ring.
Drinking Alcohol could do it...