Why is drinking bad for you

Why is drinking bad for you

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Dec 24, 2011 at 7:45 PM PST
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Drinking will cause you to have an increased risk of cancer. Drinking is one of the most common reasons for people to become cancerous. Alcohol damages your cells and thus can cause cancer in the various gastro-intestinal tracts. If you don’t want to increase your risk of cancer then you should not drink often. Occasional drinking of red wine and alcohol is alright or even healthy since red wine is good for your heart and alcohol can get rid of some germs in your stomach but too much is not good.


Over drinking will lead to liver cirrhosis or failure of the liver. You might even have liver cancer and you might need to get a transplant for the liver. I’ve seen a green patient at the hospital before where they needed liver transplant. He went green because he had liver failure and he’s waiting for a liver transplant. He would scratch himself until he bleeds. It’s a really sad site but he was a singer and a lot of singer drink to the max. You should drink occasionally but not all the time.


You can become an addict and it will interfere with your life and work. People don’t want to be around alcoholic. It will affect your family. It will take you a long time to get off of addiction.


It could give you a really bad skin texture. You could damage your youthful looks. People who drink a lot have a certain kind of harden texture to their skin.


It’s costly to drink. You could be spending your rent money on it. You should not drink so much because you will need the money to take care of your family and yourself.

Child birth

Child birth can become problematic. Your child might end up with congenital diseases if you drink while you’re pregnant.

kaypierre12 is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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