What are some negative health consequences associated with drinking alcohol?
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.