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May 20, 2017, 10:46:51 AM
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In my youth I often drank alcohol in large quantities and the next day felt bad. Now I've learned to limit myself and not feel any discomfort. When people talk about the dangers of alcohol this applies only to those who drink a lot and from whom it becomes a habit.

Yes, alcohol becomes harmful only when it is bad after it. A small dose of alcohol on the contrary raises the mood and can be curative.
It's too much alcohol that's going to make it look bad and probably not the best thing you could do when you are just meeting up with strangers but some people would love that. It is known if you always drink then you will get somehow immune to it because your body is getting used to it, then it's good if you love to drink, but I would just stay away.

Alcohol causes the body to become addictive, but this does not mean that it does not harm even if you are feeling well. Global destruction of the body can occur in a few years.

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May 20, 2017, 02:09:01 PM
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In my youth I often drank alcohol in large quantities and the next day felt bad. Now I've learned to limit myself and not feel any discomfort. When people talk about the dangers of alcohol this applies only to those who drink a lot and from whom it becomes a habit.

Yes, alcohol becomes harmful only when it is bad after it. A small dose of alcohol on the contrary raises the mood and can be curative.
It's too much alcohol that's going to make it look bad and probably not the best thing you could do when you are just meeting up with strangers but some people would love that. It is known if you always drink then you will get somehow immune to it because your body is getting used to it, then it's good if you love to drink, but I would just stay away.

Alcohol causes the body to become addictive, but this does not mean that it does not harm even if you are feeling well. Global destruction of the body can occur in a few years.

LOL I don't think I actually get the global destruction of the body you're talking about there dude but yeah I agree. Most of the time, we will feel the effects of over consumption when we get older. The body and your organs may be able to handle excessive alcohol when you're young but as with anything else, it will take a toll when we get older. So better take care of your body and while you're young and avoid becoming alcoholic

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May 20, 2017, 02:59:45 PM
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Alcohol causes the body to become addictive, but this does not mean that it does not harm even if you are feeling well. Global destruction of the body can occur in a few years.

Alcohol addiction is rare for normal people. But if you have some medical condition, or under great mental pressure or stress, then the chances are greater. Treatment is available, but it is often expensive and time-taking. Also, in developed nations most of the de-addiciton centers are run by churches and religious institutions.
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May 20, 2017, 04:12:22 PM
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one impact on people, that is, in beer, they put a lot of estrogen in, so the popularity is like women, only complaining, but not for revolution...

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May 21, 2017, 01:22:03 AM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.
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May 21, 2017, 05:41:31 AM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.

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May 21, 2017, 07:26:33 AM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.

May be rubbish but do have a look at this too: A person has alcohol poisoning if they have consumed a toxic amount of alcohol, usually over a short period. Their blood alcohol level is so high it is considered toxic (poisonous). The patient can become extremely confused, unresponsive, disoriented, have shallow breathing, and can even pass out or go into a coma.

Yes, there you have it, be careful folks!

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May 21, 2017, 11:42:07 AM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.

The world is already full of zombies with alcoholic or narcotic intoxication. In this state, they sometimes really live on the dead, they do not understand what they are doing and can not think.

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May 21, 2017, 12:32:41 PM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.
How many of those 30% drink alcohol without measure? After all, not everyone drinks alcohol to such an extent that they become zombies. You should always remember that even the medicine in large amounts becomes toxic.

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May 21, 2017, 12:43:18 PM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.
How many of those 30% drink alcohol without measure? After all, not everyone drinks alcohol to such an extent that they become zombies. You should always remember that even the medicine in large amounts becomes toxic.

Without a measure drinks a maximum of 5% of the population of the entire planet who do not see the meaning of life and destroy themselves constantly with alcohol to such an extent that they can not do anything.

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May 21, 2017, 12:50:45 PM
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Brain damage. Binge drinking can cause blackouts, memory loss and anxiety. Long-term drinking can result in permanent brain damage, serious mental health problems and alcohol dependence or alcoholism. ... Alcohol can damage parts of the brain, affecting behaviour and the ability to learn and remember.

Rubbish. At least 30% of the world population consume alcohol on a regular basis. If what you had posted was true, then the world would have been filled with brain-dead zombies.
How many of those 30% drink alcohol without measure? After all, not everyone drinks alcohol to such an extent that they become zombies. You should always remember that even the medicine in large amounts becomes toxic.

Without a measure drinks a maximum of 5% of the population of the entire planet who do not see the meaning of life and destroy themselves constantly with alcohol to such an extent that they can not do anything.

Alcohol addicts comprise less than 1% of the total population, even in countries like Ukraine and Russia where the prevalence is the highest. And the majority of these people are well past their prime, mostly in their 50s or 60s.

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May 21, 2017, 02:36:48 PM
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Consuming alcohol on a regular doesn't do much good in my opinion, maybe a glass of red wine or something. I only drink once every 1-2 weeks with friends, it definitely doesn't do any good to me.






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May 21, 2017, 03:27:22 PM
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Consuming alcohol on a regular doesn't do much good in my opinion, maybe a glass of red wine or something. I only drink once every 1-2 weeks with friends, it definitely doesn't do any good to me.

Of course, regular use of alcohol does not do anything good for the body. Simply, many people no longer know how to play without alcohol in the company of friends.

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May 21, 2017, 06:37:17 PM
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Consuming alcohol on a regular doesn't do much good in my opinion, maybe a glass of red wine or something. I only drink once every 1-2 weeks with friends, it definitely doesn't do any good to me.

Of course, regular use of alcohol does not do anything good for the body. Simply, many people no longer know how to play without alcohol in the company of friends.
You should understand that I drink alcohol and even advertise their society, they solder and make me just a live cattle driven. It seems that all those in power are interested in the fact that people simply were a workforce and an electorate, they no longer need them.

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May 22, 2017, 04:42:06 AM
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every thing in limit is good for health.

Yes, that is true

All if we bound to be good for health

one example
When we drink it in the winter time our bodies feel a little warmer.
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May 22, 2017, 07:54:39 AM
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Consuming alcohol on a regular doesn't do much good in my opinion, maybe a glass of red wine or something. I only drink once every 1-2 weeks with friends, it definitely doesn't do any good to me.

Anything which contains ethyl alcohol can't be termed as alcohol. If that is the case, then many of the medications may qualify for that nomenclature. In my opinion, beverages such as wine and beer can't be classified as alcohol.

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May 22, 2017, 08:05:29 AM
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Consuming alcohol on a regular doesn't do much good in my opinion, maybe a glass of red wine or something. I only drink once every 1-2 weeks with friends, it definitely doesn't do any good to me.

Of course, regular use of alcohol does not do anything good for the body. Simply, many people no longer know how to play without alcohol in the company of friends.
You should understand that I drink alcohol and even advertise their society, they solder and make me just a live cattle driven. It seems that all those in power are interested in the fact that people simply were a workforce and an electorate, they no longer need them.

Of course, those people who are in power are much more profitable that ordinary workers do not think and do nothing to improve their lives, and poured alcohol.

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May 22, 2017, 10:35:15 AM
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Alcohol can cause high blood pressure (hypertension), which increases the risk of:

having a heart attack or stroke
developing some types of dementia.
It also weakens heart muscles, which can affect the lungs, liver, brain and other body systems, and also cause heart failure. Binge drinking and drinking heavily over longer periods can cause the heart to beat irregularly (arrhythmia) and has been linked to cases of sudden death.

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May 22, 2017, 10:49:08 AM
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every thing in limit is good for health.

Yes, that is true

All if we bound to be good for health

one example
When we drink it in the winter time our bodies feel a little warmer.
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It actually doesn't make you feel warmer, it takes vital heat from your chest area and moves it towards your upper and lower limbs. (Legs/Arms)






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May 22, 2017, 12:53:25 PM
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Maybe drinkers do not think that drinking alcohol is not good. But for me to drink alcohol is not good and drinking alcohol does not benefit the body. At least we often see people who get drunk after drinking lots of alcohol. Then they often get out of control and screw up. It was enough for me not to drink alcohol.

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