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Deleterious effect: Without doubt, you don't have to drink any alcohol, and if you currently don't drink, don't start drinking for the possible health benefits. The evidence about the possible health benefits of alcohol, white rum included, isn't certain, and alcohol may not benefit everyone. Take care. ...Read more
Get help cutting: Down, or stopping altogether would be my suggestion. Safe alcohol consumption in men is no more than 2 standard drinks (12 oz beer=5 oz. Wine= 1 1/2 oz distilled spirits) per day (and if 100 or 151 proof, it's essentially 2 drinks in one), no more than 14 per week and never more than 4 per occasion. If you need help cutting back/stopping, there are many programs that can help. Talk to your PCP. ...Read more
In my opinion none: Small amounts of alcohol in ANY form (beer, wine or distilled spirits) - ONE standard drink per day - may have a beneficial effect on raising High density lipoprotein (HDL), a form of cholesterol that is protective. However, it goes up far more with exercise. Amounts of alcohol over this do not benefit health - they harm it. More than 1 drink/day in women and 2/day in men is the limit of safe use ...Read more
Supposed to be very: Potent, if in fact that is what you are really getting. However, since outside of medical marijuana dispensaries, or shops in Colorado and Washington State that are regulated and have regular folks growing the stuff, you don't know what you are getting. Dealers are as notorious as used car salesmen at selling their product and hoping it. ...Read more
Intoxication? Yes: If this amount is ingested "weekly once, " then you are describing binge drinking. You are imbibing roughly 10 shots of rum in a shorter amount of time than your detoxification organs can clear it. Not only can this challenge your system, but the resultant intoxicated state will impair your senses and judgement. ...Read more
How much Rum is good for health in a day & in a week? In one sitting, how much amount should not be exceeded?
Consider carefully: For men, 3oz per day is considered ok. For women, 1.5 oz per day. Binge drinking is always a bad idea. And I wouldn‘t say rum is good for health. The only connection I know is drinking wine and positive effect on cardiovascular health. Even then, there are more detrimental effects than health benefits from chronic alcohol use in general. Sporadic social use in moderation is best policy ...Read more
Been taking 1/4 of a oxycodin extended relese tab daily for a week. Took a fourth this morning about 4-5 hours ago. Is it safe to have one shot of rum?
Yes: ...as long as it is measured in the 'official' way with a shot glass and not creatively poured. ...Read more
Google this: There are many online resources for calorie count information that you can check. Rum is a sugar, and your answer depends on the "proof" or alcohol content plus residual sugar in it. So the answer varies. Http://wiki. Answers. Com/q/how_many_calories_in_1_ounce_of_rum you could check the label about yours. ...Read more
It may.: Anything that you put in your hair in liquid form can make it look wet or greasy, if that is the style you are seeking. ...Read more
Nightmares: There is no scientific validity to dream interpretation, anything can spill over into dreams. Dreamwork occurs at a cellular level, but if dreams recur or recurring themes, something is stuck at the cellular level. Please check out my No More Nightmares book and Planned Dream Intervention theory. You can learn how to sleep peacefully through the dreams. ...Read more
What do you suggest if I'm 5.8 and my weight is 155 pounds. How much time does it take to get slim if I rum 4 km a day?
You are already at a: Reasonable weight for your height with a bmi about 23. Not sure what weight you are aiming for or why. However, it depends on how fast you are running, whether level or hills etc. If I assume running at 6 mph you would take 20 minutes to run 2 miles (approx 4 km) and would burn about 300 calories. This would result in about a 1 lb per week weight loss if you maintained current diet. ...Read more
My son took a small sip of my large mcdonald size coke... That had less then a shot of rum in it, and he is 6 months old... Will it hurt him?
See below: That amount of exposure would not have caused any harm. However, you need to be more careful in the future. ...Read more
Safe, not effective: There have been many claims for various vitamins and their ability to increase appetite. There is no reliable information to support this idea. It is known that vitamin deficiencies may decrease appetite, so possibly the correction of those deficiencies increases appetite. In general, multiple vitamins like Centrum as safe to take; however, best idea is to eat as healthy a diet as possible:) ...Read more
Not a moral issue: Binge drinking is not a moral issue. It may lead to serious medical and social problems. ...Read more
Why is it bad to mix, alcohol with soda (coca cola, sprite, etc.) coca cola with vodka? Or coca cola with rum?
My boyfriend has taken seven, 1Mg lorazepam and had 3 stiff rum and cokes. Is this mixture a dangerous combination?
Last night my husband made us drinks with dark rum. He admitted to making them too strong on accident. I ended up vomiting up small black bits?
Alcohol is a poison and it never did anybody any good, ever, so stay away from it. It probably caused bleeding in your stomach.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
I want to go abroad (wadi rum) and ride with jordanian bedouin travelers with camel. Shall I be concerned of illness that can come with intl travel?
See: Https://wwwnc. Cdc. Gov/travel/destinations/clinician/none/jordanGet a more detailed answer ›
No...: A cough can only be treated once the etiology of the cough is known. See your doctor so that your cough can be diagnosed and the correct, effective treatment rendered. Treating a cough yourself can be harmful and serious disease may not be diagnosed unless you see your doctor! ...Read more
How much, how often: A one-time drinking episode is unlikely to do anything deleterious to your health, unless you drink to the point of intoxication, or drive or operate dangerous machinery while drinking. If you are trying to get pregnant, alcohol is not your friend, in any amount. If you are pregnant, there is no safe amount of alcohol in pregnancy. ...Read more