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Can drinking moderate amounts of alcohol improve coronary artery disease symptoms?
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Aaron Stupple
General Practice
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In brief: It can reduce events
Various studies show moderate alcohol consumption, between 3 and 7 drinks per week, reduces the risk of cardiac events, including heart attack.
There is little evidence about the influence on symptoms, such as angina. Binge drinking, irregular sessions greater than 4 drinks or monthly intoxication, shows increased events. These results apply to both genders, although women benefit slightly more.

In brief: It can reduce events
Various studies show moderate alcohol consumption, between 3 and 7 drinks per week, reduces the risk of cardiac events, including heart attack.
There is little evidence about the influence on symptoms, such as angina. Binge drinking, irregular sessions greater than 4 drinks or monthly intoxication, shows increased events. These results apply to both genders, although women benefit slightly more.
Aaron Stupple
Aaron Stupple
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Dr. Pankaj Kulshrestha
Surgery - Thoracic
In brief: Alcohol and heart di
More than 4-6 glass of wine per week can be harmful.
Alcohol does not improve symptoms. It may prevent disease if taken in small amounts.

In brief: Alcohol and heart di
More than 4-6 glass of wine per week can be harmful.
Alcohol does not improve symptoms. It may prevent disease if taken in small amounts.
Dr. Pankaj Kulshrestha
Dr. Pankaj Kulshrestha
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