How many people die from alcohol abuse?
well about 200-300 people die from it a year. Not as much but in the last 2 years 500,000 people over the age of 30 died from it
People don't die from alcohol but from alcohol abuse. Whether directly or indirectly, there are far to many people who have died because of alcohol abuse. But as long as you consume alcohol responsibly it can contribute to better health and longevity. DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE, AS THIS IS HOW A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF THE DEATHS OCCUR
The statistics on death caused by alcohol varies from year to year. In 1996, the NIAAA (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism) reported 110,640 deaths resulting from alcohol abuse. In 2001, there were only 75,000 alcohol related deaths. It is currently the 3rd leading cause of preventable death.
People who drink alcohol tend to die the ways other people do. However, those who drink beer, wine and liquor in moderation tend to have better health and greater longevity than do those who abstain or who abuse alcohol. Because alcohol eats at your liver and is very bad for your immune system.... yuck
Marijuana is less addictive than alcohol, although it can still be addictive. Alcohol is known to be generally safe when used moderately, but alcohol abuse can lead to liver failure, cardiovascular problems, and has been implicated in several forms of cancer. Thousands of people die from alcohol use and abuse every year, many of them from alcohol-related accidents of various kinds. Marijuana smoke has more carcinogens than cigarettes. It is difficult or impossible to overdose…
Alcohol abuse is not good for the health, it damages the respiratory system. Also it badly affect the liver which can lead to liver cancer. Moderate drinkers tend to live longer than abstainers. Research has suggested that the negative health effects of alcohol abuse are outweighed by the positive health effects of moderate drinking.