In very small ratio alcohol can be beneficent for human health. But large excess can develop so much damage that any draw of a advantage is finished. Controled use of alcohol lets in two drinks for a man . Only one for a woman per day, under the age of 65 which is old age.
Together with his doctor, a person will demonstrate whether to enjoy a glass of a beer or this can badly impress himan health.
In small amounts, the following benefits can result from alcohol:
*It decreases the danger of cardiovascular problems.
*At vary times, alcohol reduces the possibility of ischemic or other kind of strokes.
*decreases the possibility of gallstone.
*diminishes the possibility of lethal heart attack.
*It may decrease the diabetes danger.
**In very large amounts , the consequences may be much terrible than your thought:
*The pharynx,mouth, oesophagus,pancreas and liver are more affected by cancer caused by drinking of it.
*Pancreatitis may appear, especially in youth.
*Atrophy of the brain.
* Cardiophaty generated by alcohol.
* Sudden death in case of cardiovascular problems.
*Possible malformations and other birth problems of the fetus.
There are certain diseases that prohibit the involved person to drink this, such as:
* Conditions of the liver
*Precancerous stages affecting the digestive system
One drink each day is allowed to individuals over 64 years, because in their cases, a higher take is much more fatal. The process of assimilation demands more time, the effects are stronger, and the risk of intoxication is also there.
Alcohol must not be used during the following medicinal drugs establishment :
*Medication for diabetes
* Sleeping pills
Alcohol should not step in with medicine at all because combination to aspirin heightens its stomach damage action and the possible action of gastrointestinal hemorrhage,( if combined with acetamine) damages the liver.
Both the positive effects of a diluted quantity and the serious and negative ones must be taken into thoughtfulness . Also, a person shouldn’t be determined to drink as no doctor will give such piece of advice.
NOTE:Pregnant women or people whose family has an alcohol related background must be extremely cautious and, if possible, not to drink at all.