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Alcohol Abuse


Shocking facts about alcohol

06-04 Shocking facts about alcohol

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Almost everyone is aware of the fact that alcohol causes major health issues, such as liver diseases, cancer, heart disease, etc. Despite the statutory warnings, people tend to risk their lives by buying the arguments like “drink responsibly” or “alcohol is good for health.” Alcohol not only damages the body and mind, but also causes severe

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Stop drinking to alleviate breakup pain

28-03 Stop drinking to alleviate breakup pain

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Alcohol has become one of the most popular substances for breakups, patch ups, graduation parties and even birthday parties. While some take alcohol to drain away their pain after a painful breakup, others turn to alcohol to celebrate the blossoming of a new relationship. According to the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 86.4 per

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Low-risk drinking is a myth

16-03 Low-risk drinking is a myth

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“Alcohol ruined me financially and morally, broke my heart and the hearts of too many others. Even though it did this to me and it almost killed me and I haven't touched a drop of it in seventeen years, sometimes I wonder if I could get away with drinking some now. I totally subscribe to the notion that alcoholism is a mental illness because think

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Alcohol may lead to memory loss

08-02 Alcohol may lead to memory loss

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Excessive drinking causes a lot of health-related issues, of which the most dangerous is a blackout. An alcohol-induced blackout is caused due to the brain’s exposure to a large amount of alcohol in the bloodstream. Usually, after any blackout, a person forgets some or all of the details that took place at the time of drinking, which hints upon th

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Compulsive drinking habits exacerbates life’s agonies

25-01 Compulsive drinking habits exacerbates life’s agonies

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Casual drinking is often considered one of the effective ways to break the ice with people at work and other occasions. In fact, indulgence in moderate drinking to celebrate an occasion is largely seen as a harmless activity. However, the regular consumption of alcohol, one of the most abused substances, can lead to the development of an addiction i

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Alcohol impacts serotonin levels in women

11-01 Alcohol impacts serotonin levels in women

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Alcohol is preferred by people from a variety of backgrounds, upbringings and cultures. But, when it comes to Americans, alcohol is a must-have for any event. Whether it is Christmas or New Year, a kid’s birthday party, weekend outdoor picnics, baseball games or even a promotion at work, alcohol surely has a presence. (more…)

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Exploring link between alcohol and sex drive

30-12 Exploring link between alcohol and sex drive

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The relationship between alcohol and sex is somewhat intricate. Since regular and prolonged drinking reduces both men’s and women’s sexual sensitivity, it is a good idea to cut down on alcohol altogether or to restrict the amount of alcohol within the recommended safe limits. But, in reality, there is a thin line between alcohol consumption and

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The link between alcohol abuse and lung cancer

20-12 The link between alcohol abuse and lung cancer

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Alcohol consumption has been linked to a variety of cancers, including breast, throat, mouth and liver cancers. Additionally, it has been suggested by researchers that alcohol consumption can also increase the chance of lung cancer. Heavy consumption of alcohol also creates alcoholic lung disease, a precursor of serious lung diseases, including canc

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Effect of alcohol addiction on cognitive function

29-11 Effect of alcohol addiction on cognitive function

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Many people use alcohol as an escape route for various day-to-day problems related to personal, social or job pressures, which may lead to alcohol abuse. Studies have shown that chronic or excessive alcohol consumption can have a very negative consequence on the brain, impacting the cognitive function. (more…)

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National Lung Cancer Awareness Month– Part 2: Understanding alcoholic lung disease

24-11 National Lung Cancer Awareness Month– Part 2: Understanding alcoholic lung disease

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Everyone knows about alcoholic liver disease, but alcoholic lung disease, though prevalent, is getting attention only in the recent years. It is a well-known fact that alcohol consumption hurts the liver, but recent studies have revealed that it harms the lungs as well. (more…)

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