Observing Early Fatty Liver Disease Symptoms

In the early stages of possible liver damage there may be very few fatty liver symptoms, which is what makes the disease quite dangerous. In alcoholic fatty liver disease the condition can be reversed if the individual stops drinking before the condition turns into Hepatitis. It is also possible to experience fatty liver symptoms if …

High Blood Pressure And Alcohol

Alcohol and blood pressure have quite a few things in common. Consuming too high of an amount of alcohol can increase blood pressure to potentially unhealthy levels. Having a higher amount than three drinks in one sitting can temporarily cause an increase in your blood pressure, but a pattern of binge drinking can have long …

The Results of Alcohol Neuropathy

Alcohol has been around since the beginning of recorded history. Naturally, as with any drug, over-use of alcohol has been around just as long. Recent years and advances in technology have now allowed us to recognize the dangers of alcohol neuropathy and provide ways to avoid and treat it. Chronic alcohol abuse is the main …

Facts Concerning Diabetes and Alcohol Consumption

Diabetics have many restrictions and concession to make when it comes to diet. One consideration is the various effects of alcohol on blood sugar levels. While most doctors agree that moderate drinking is acceptable for many diabetics, it is important to understand the possible conditions that can result from drinking in excess. The following outlines …

Alcohol Effects On The Mind

It is a widely known fact that alcohol use affects many parts of the body, including the kidney, liver, and heart, just to name a few. There are many alcohol effects on the mind, both short term and long term, as well. Most short-term effects of alcohol are relatively harmless when taken in moderation; it …

Measuring Blood Alcohol Content

The means of measuring for the presence of alcohol in a person’s metabolism is known as blood alcohol content, sometimes also referred to as blood alcohol concentration, frequently abbreviated BAC. This is measured in specific densities: a BAC of .5 means that half of one percent of your blood is pure alcohol. Many different states …

Effects of Mixing Benadryl and Alcohol

While many people grasp how important it is to refrain from driving or engaging in similar pursuits after they have consumed appreciable quantities of alcohol, the effects of mixing alcohol and various medications are often less clear. This may be due to a number of reasons, from assuming that the effects of any consumed alcoholic …

Xanax And Alcohol Can Be A Deadly Combination

Depression does not discriminate when it comes to affect a person. It does not matter if you are white or black, man or woman, young or old. Depression can make you feel isolated and sometimes want you to even end life. Fortunately nowadays medical sciences have progressed to such an extent that anti-depressants like Xanax …

What Are the Risks of Mixing Alcohol and Augmentin?

Alcohol is a drug. The public service messages about the dangers of alcohol cannot be over-emphasized. Augmentin is a drug. The message about the dangers of mixing alcohol with any additional medication or drug has been drilled into the public’s consciousness. This is no exception. Mixing augmentin and alcohol is not recommended. However, information obtained …

Effects Of Alcohol On Weight Loss

New alcoholic drinks are now showing up on the market that are lower carb, and lower calorie versions of their original forms. This is done in an attempt to convince dieters that it is fine to drink while on a diet. While these are certainly better versions, the effects of alcohol on weight loss are …