Tag Archives: Long-Term Effects of Drinking Alcohol

How Your Job Plays A Role in Binge Drinking, Alcohol Abuse and Functional Alcoholism
One of the major misconceptions surrounding alcoholism is that alcoholics are always obvious. While some people make no effort to hide their drinking from friends and family, others are accustomed to hiding their problematic behaviors every day, and several others do not realize they have alcohol dependency issues. Part of the reason for this lack of awareness is the concept of “high-functioning alcoholism.” This term describes a person who drinks excessively without allowing the drinking to interfere with daily life and work, at least at first. Eventually, such a person will need to enter alcohol detox. California residents should know the signs ...

How Binge Drinking Affects Your Body and How to Stop
The Effects of Binge Drinking on the Body Many people, especially college students, engage in binge drinking either to combat stress or simply to party. But heavy alcohol consumption, even from one night of binge drinking, can lead to serious health consequences. Read the infographic below to see how alcohol affects your body. Then keep reading to learn some effective ways to relax, have fun and manage your stress and emotions without resorting to heavy drinking. Why Do People Binge Drink? Before you even started reading this, you probably already knew that binge drinking isn’t good for your health. Drinking is one of those ...

Magnesium Deficiency in Alcoholics and Alcohol Abusers
Magnesium Deficiency from Alcohol The effects of alcohol abuse are generally well-known, but fewer Americans recognize the dangers posed by magnesium deficiency or how common the affliction is among alcoholics and alcohol abusers. In the 1950s, clinical studies reported that magnesium deficiency was widely prevalent among alcoholics. Further studies showed that this deficiency was aggravated by hepatic damage caused by extreme alcohol intake. Magnesium is an essential element to the human body. Despite its importance, many people – including those struggling with alcoholism – may not know the role that magnesium plays in managing their health. Read on to learn more about ...