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Drinking Excessive Amounts Of Milk
Alcohol??: I'm assuming you're asking whether excessive alcohol use can shorten your life and the answer is yes. Anything in excess tends to be unhealthy forus, but heavy alcohol use can cause a number of health problems. Too numerous to mention in this forum, but alcohol can damage most, if not all, major organs, can cause permanent brain damage and affect how blood is produced in your body (e.g., macrocytic. ...Read more
Good sense: By definition, excessive drinking is not a good thing. Adolescents respond to the activities of their peers probably more than any group and excessive drinking is most commonly a group activity in that age group. If an adolescent adopts moderation as the proper behavior - why more power to that person. It takes a significant degree of maturity. ...Read more
Yes: Excessive drinking can affect your health by affecting the liver-can cause cirrhosis of liver and even death. ...Read more
Yes: Regularly drinking soda has been linked to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Diabetes, heart disease & metabolic syndrome. Other possible risks include: increased weight, decreased bone mineral density (BMD) obesity, erosion of tooth enamel, mineral depletion & dehydration. If it contains artificial sweeteners & is used daily, this is linked to a 3 fold ^ in dementia & stroke. ...Read more
Disinhibition: Alcohol, especially in excess, leads to disinhibition. Personality traits such as rage that may be consciously controlled normally may become a problem when under the influence. It is important to seek professional help and limit alcohol use or abstain completely in this situation. ...Read more
It's possible: Thirst can be caused by many things including uncontrollled diabetes. Typically in uncontrolled diabetes there will also be excessive urination with possible other symptoms like decrease in energy and blurring of the vision. A simple blood test will determine if your blood sugar is elevated. ...Read more
Both can be fatal: Smoking can lead to lung cancer and death. Drinking can lead to physical ailments like liver disease which can be fatal but can also lead to drunken driving which can not only kill the drinker but also innocent passengers in their car or other people on the roads. In addition, alcoholism destroys marriages, families, and can lead to job loss. ...Read more
No: In general, experiences during extreme alcohol intoxication associated with blackouts are essentially forever lost. The brain is so impacted by the alcohol sedation that it doesn't make the neural connections to retain memories. ...Read more
Yes: Alcohol is toxic to all tissues, and regular use of high doses of alcohol significantly shortens life. Skin and its component collagen is particularly affected by alcohol consumption. In addition, heavy drinkers are often heavy smokers, and smoking also results in the appearance of aging. The combination of smoking and drinking appears to accelerate the process. ...Read more
A healthy teenager drinking excessive amounts of caffine for two years, can this serious health problems?
Excessive anything: Is not a good idea. I don't know what you mean by excessive and everyone's tolerance is different. For some, too much coffey can make the heart race, cause difficulty sleeping, or make them irritable. Lots of folks have coffey in the A.M. To give them a start and then stop or switch to decaf later in the day. Don't forget to add in chocolate. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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There have been: Reports of alcohol triggering asthma attacks. The major offenders were wines, especially red wines...it is theorized that the sulfite preservatives in wine or histamines from bacteria/yeast produced when alcohol ferments may be the culprits. So it seems to be the type of alcohol drunk more than the amount. However, perhaps only 1/3 of asthmatics reports any adverse effects from drinking alcohol. ...Read more
Probably: Some data has suggested a link between diet soda consumption and metabolic syndrome, a constellation of findings associated with increased cardiovascular risk (i.e. Heart attacks and strokes). Excessive amounts of many things often have negative consequences and as a general rule I recommend using moderation as a guiding principle. ...Read more
My Friends liver hardened due to excessive drinking. How can I help him. Any herbs or stuff I can buy for him?
See a doctor: Your friend may have cirrhosis. This is an irreversible scarring of the liver resulting in a loss of function. Your friend needs to be evaluated by a doctor and advised accordingly. It is recommended that your friend stop drinking alcohol and avoid other substances known to be potentially harmful to the liver such as acetaminophen. Fewer drugs is better with liver disease. ...Read more
There is a genetic component according to c.Robert cloninger's studies of scandanavian twins adopted at birth, but he noted that majority of the etiology is "non-specific".
12 steps are best treatment strategy developed so far. If you have trouble with the spiritual aspect, try holotropic breathwork first. ...Read more
Drinking excessive amount of water during day reduce nocturnal emission? (by the way none of my dreams are related to sex when I get to remember them)
Won't help much: Drinking very excessive amounts of water daily can be dangerous to the kidney, although this takes- alot of water. It is unlikely to help the nocturnal emissions (wet dreams) unless it does by waking you up. Nocturnal emissions usually persist only for a fairly short time during adolesence. They can be reduced by masturbation or even some anti-depressants can prevent ejaculation. ...Read more
I have red blotchy spots on my skin. Lately, I have been drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and using the steam room and pool.
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