Tag Archives: Drinking

Moderate Drinking Is A Risk Factor For Atrial Fibrillation (STUDY)

Alcohol use is common nowadays, and excessive usage among individuals continues to be high. Excessive drinking is a recognized atrial fibrillation risk factor, and now researchers have shown that mild and moderate consumption is a modifiable risk factor of significance for atrial fibrillation. They demonstrated that regular and moderate consumption of alcohol averaging 14 glasses… Read More »

Cutting Down On Drinking Can Help You Quit Smoking

Research has revealed that heavy drinkers who’re attempting to quit smoking could find that limiting their alcohol consumption could also help them to quit smoking.[1] The nicotine metabolite ratio of study participants who consumed alcohol heavily reduced as their alcohol consumption was limited. Nicotine metabolite ratio is a biomarker which indicates how fast an individual’s… Read More »

Drinking alcohol every day for a month: The six damaging effects it can have on your body

Drinking alcohol consistently can have huge effects on a person’s body and health. While many enjoy the taste of a refreshing tipple, alcohol is a ‘poison’, and hangovers symptoms hit hardest when the alcohol levels in the body have dropped to zero. The body is more than equipped to cope with the odd binge, but… Read More »