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How Many Hours Does A Drink Affect The Brain
If i urinate every hour or so, am i drinking too much water? Can my brain have learnt to feel thirsty so often?
Frequency v polyuria: Voiding hourly is abnormal and possible pathologic for any man: most men void 5-6 x's/day with urine outputs up 64 ounces. Are you diabetic? - diabetes causes increased thirst and polydypdia/polyuria. You should measure/record your voiding (voiding diary) pattern for 3-4 days, and consider having a bladder scan for post-void residual urine volume to assess your condition (oab v dm v ngb v di). ...Read more
Is it good to drink 2 to 3 glasses of water or more 5 hours before mri/mra with contrast?Does it increases or decreases size of brain aneurysm if foud
I always wondered what happens to the brain when you are conscious but don't remember what you've done after drinking?
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Small amounts only: Some reports suggest that 1 drink/day for women (2/day for men) may decrease brain inflammation. This is not an excuse to go out and binge or get drunk, though. Alcohol is toxic to many organs, including the brain. It shrinks brain cells, especially in the frontal lobe -- seat of higher intellectual functioning. Healthier to take your brain for a walk, instead of pickling it with alcohol! ...Read more
Alcohol & the Brain: I would believe that given your lengthy drinking history that your fundamental basic brain functions have drinking alcohol as a basic survival skill. I.E. That your brain thinks that getting alcohol is as vital as getting food or sex. The "ism" in alcoholism will lead you to despair and poor health and even death if not treated. Alcohol treatment is available and a.A. Is a great place to start. ...Read more
In highschool i was in a bad crowd and blacked out from drinking almost every weekend. I no longer drink. Is my brain completely ruined?!?!
Yes: Chronic alcohol abuse can cause atrophy or shrinage of the brain. Imaging studies such as ct scan of the brain can show enlargment of the ventricles and sulci which are "empty" fluid filled areas of the brain and correspond with shrinkage of healthy brain tissue. Animal studies of rodents exposed to chronic alcohol show loss of neurons or brain cells in parts of the brain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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