PGD In Ultraasonography, Non Invasive Cardiology Course, MD - Medicine, MBBS
General Physician, Narnaul
31 years experience
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Consumption of alcohol during the early years
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The best policy to avoid the above results is to completely shun alcohol if a person is below 18. As long as the person is growing, his brain is developing in many ways than one. One of the most critical areas of development is decision making. Consumption of alcohol in the early years slows down this process. Parents must try to convince their growing children of the ill effects of alcohol.
Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant.
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When you consume alcohol, it delays the transmission of the messages from the brain to the nerve cells of the body and vice-versa. Heavy consumption of alcohol affects the functioning of two major neurotransmitters of the body. In the process, our responses become slow and our speech is slurred. Drink beer moderately so that you have no problem driving back to your home safely and securely.
Having alcohol in carbonated beverages is ok.
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When you drink your favourite beverage laced with beer or some other alcoholic drink, the rate at which alcohol is dissolved in the bloodstream is faster than if you had taken a pure alcoholic drink. However, this has little or no impact on the rate of alcohol metabolism of your body. You are more likely to feel drowsy when you have a combination of alcohol and beverage, so don t drive at all after consumption of this combination.
After an hour of drinking, you can drive back home.
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According to medical research, our body takes at least two hours to process alcohol after a round of drinking. The average rate of alcohol metabolism is 100 milligrams of alcohol per kilogram of body weight per hour. For an average person who weighs 160 pounds, his body would take two hours to metabolize a 14 gram serving of alcohol. If you have had 14 grams of alcohol in a serving, then wait for a couple of hours before you start driving back home.
Alcohol is a
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Alcohol is found in beer, wine, sherries, liqueurs, ports and homebrews. The proportion of alcohol may vary in all these liquids, but the ratio may affect your overall health and well-being if you consume alcohol in huge amounts. When you consume excess alcohol, your brain slows down and the liver is unable to break the alcohol in the body. Check the proportion of the alcohol in your drink and then make up your mind if you really want to consume it.