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Alcohol facts

2.5 Lakh people died from the consumption of Alcohol.

In today’s world alcohol consumption has become a part of many social gatherings or use as a personal relaxation. While moderate consumption of alcohol is acceptable. In this article, we’ll explore the health issues related to alcohol consumption and provide practical tips on how to avoid them. 

 People living in Cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh have high rates of consumption of Alcohol. 200 Disease or injury condition is a causal factor of drinking alcohol. The harmful use of alcohol can also result in harm to other people, such as family members, friends, co-workers, and strangers mainly on your fitness. It also increases the risk of liver cancer, Cardiovascular complications, Mental Health, and Liver damage. Those who Don’t Drink please don’t try it. It impacts your health, time, money, and Relationships. It may contribute to feelings such as anxiety and depression. While moderate consumption of alcohol is associated with some cardiovascular benefits excessive drink leads to the opposite effect.

There are some alcohol-related facts:

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): Drinking during pregnancy can lead to a range of developmental disorders in the baby, collectively known as FASD. These can include physical, behavioral, and intellectual impairments.

Alcoholism and Addiction: Alcohol use disorder, commonly known as alcoholism, is a chronic disease characterized by an inability to control alcohol intake despite negative consequences on your fitness.

It affect differently with men and women differently: after a young man or young woman drinks the same amount of alcohol, the women have higher blood alcohol level because young women produce less enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase.

Effect on unborn baby: consuming alcohol During pregnancy increases the baby’s risk of being Underweight, and premature, also causing disorders like  Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). it may seem that even a low amount of alcohol during pregnancy becomes harmful to an unborn baby. Follow a healthy diet during pregnancy

Binge Drinking:  consuming alcohol with consistency is also called binge drinking it’s mostly common among people age group 18 to 25 according to NIAAA. The agency defines binge drinking as four drinks for women and five drinks for men within two hour .

Here are some tips to Avoid it.

Learn to say “NO”: whether you’re in a party or somewhere else or a friend gathering when someone is offering you a drink. Finds words that can decline it politely like “No thanks“. It’s a firm statement to anyone with no hurt. Even in this situation, you could hold a simple drink that looks like beer or alcohol.

Avoid loneliness: Those who are highly Alcoholic person should avoid getting hungry, angry, lonely, and all of the things that urge you to drink. Find some other activities that emotionally nourish you or bring you joy.

try a month of abstinence: “Try doing a dry month like dry August”. In January 2020 nearly 6 million people participated in Dry August it’s a campaign to reduce alcohol consumption organized by alcohol change in the UK.

Tell a family member who wants you to get healthier: try to change your behavior such as eating better, or doing more exercise, and share with those who are closest to you.

Conclusion

While drinking alcohol just to be enjoyed with some responsibilities be aware of the health risks associated with excessive consumption. Staying hydrated control your anger, avoid loneliness try some other things which make you healthier cope with it try to get busy with some other activities which you like the most. Choose a healthier path and make bold decisions about your drinking habit which leads you to a healthy and peaceful life.

Caption: Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to liver damage, including conditions like fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, and cirrhosis.

Opting for non-alcoholic beverages and setting limits on alcohol consumption can help you make healthier choices during social gatherings.