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Why you really shouldn't binge drink
 

Why you really shouldn't binge drink

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Heavy drinking sessions alter the activity of numerous genes in the brains of offspring, researchers from Loyola University in Chicago found.
 
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21 Nov 2016 - General
 
Marinelle Castro I agree that binge drinking, especially to escape recent stressful events, may lead to alcoholism. Some may find bragging rights of being able to hold liquor consistently a...
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Anything in excess can be potentially bad. Bingeing on drinking, eating or whatever is bad because of it is habit-forming. Like what Chih Chiang Nieh said, binge drinking can lead to alco...
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Chih Chiang Nieh Mixed drinks are really something that I steer away from. Of course, we have to bring up Wernicke-Korsakoff dementia as a result of chronic alcoholism. Alcohol beverages c...
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Thank you Mark Edmon Tan for your kind comments. Yes mixed energy drinks are terrible, they may contain amphetamine or caffeine related substance and may interact with alcohol to cause more harm. Alcohol can also cause dilate cardiomyopathy in the lo...
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Chih Chiang Nieh Thank you for sharing your invaluable knowledge and experience in dealing with chronic alcohol drinkers and binge drinkers too. It is not advisable to binge drink especial...
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for alcoholism we usually do screening questions like CAGE questions:
1)C- Have you thought of cutting down drinking alcohol?
2)A - Are you annoyed when people call you an alcoholic?
3) G- Are you guilty of drinking alcohol?
4) E- Do ...
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It is proven that alcoholis would cause these potential side effects of affecting brain functions - impairing the neuro synapses and increasing the likelihood of getting neuropsychiatric disorders like depression, anxiety and metabolic disorders. Thu...
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In a very recent study conducted in a university in Chicago, it was concluded that repeated binge drinking during adolescence can affect brain functions of their future children potentially putting offspring at risk for conditions as depression, anxi...
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