Myth about Alcohol
The term alcohol originally referred to the primary alcohol ethyl alcohol,
16. Everyone drinks heavily at parties so they can relax and hang out
Many people use alcohol to help loosen them up in social situations, if youd stop drinking for a sec to take a closer look, youd realize that most people are not drinking heavily. There are only a few people who really get trashed at parties, lose control, embarrass themselves, or endanger their lives.
17. Its no one elses business how much I drink I can handle it
IF youre drunk and then lose your keys and then have to pound on the door until your roommate wakes up to let you in, that affects your roommate. In fact, studies show that one persons drinking habits can affect an average of five people other than the drinker. Still think its nobody elses business?
18. Coffee is the cure
Coffee may lead to more dehydration and could make your hangover worse. After a night of drunkenness, its best to avoid anything with caffeine. Instead, sip water and sports drinks to counter dehydration and replace lost electrolytes. This is especially important if youve experienced any vomiting.
19. Its just beer It cant permanently damage you
Any kind of alcohol, if consumed irresponsibly, has the potential to seriously damage your digestive system. Alcohol abuse can damage your brain, heart, liver, stomach and other critical organs. Not to mention that it could also take years away from your life.
20. Everybody reacts the same way to alcohol
Everyone is different. There are dozens of factors that affect reactions to alcohol: your gender, body weight, body chemistry, time of day, how you feel mentally, fatigue and the list goes on.
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Take the homeopathic remedy Aconite 30 c as soon as you start to feel panic rising to prevent it from developing. It is particularly helpful if you feel convinced you are about to die. Donít feel bad about this experience; itís more common than you might think!