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A Top Ten List Why You Shouldn’t Drink Alcohol

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A Top Ten List Why You Shouldn’t Drink Alcohol

  1. People who drink alcohol put themselves at risk of struggling with addiction. Anyone is susceptible to struggling with addiction.
  2. When a person drinks alcohol regularly they are likely going have withdrawal symptoms. Anxiety, nausea, body trembles and irritability are all withdrawal symptoms that can be experienced by people who regularly drink alcohol.
  3. Alcohol can cause liver disease. According to Merck more than ninety percent of people who abuse alcohol have fatty liver disease.
  4. Drinking and Driving is one of the leading causes of accidental deaths in the country. Drinking alcohol impairs an individual’s to drive a car.
  5. When people drink alcohol they lose their inhibitions and are more likely to engage themselves in risky behavior such as unprotected sex and using illegal drugs.
  6. Alcohol use will likely affect a person’s personal relationships and has been the cause of many domestic violence incidents and divorces.
  7. People who drink regularly will have a harder time holding down a job.
  8. Suffering from depression is more likely to happen to people who drink alcohol. Alcohol is a depressant and though it may temporarily make someone feel better one of the long term affects is depression.
  9. Drinking alcohol will lead to legal problems such as DWI, domestic abuse, disorderly conduct…
  10. Personal hygiene often suffers for those who abuse alcohol. People who struggle with drug addiction and alcohol abuse are less apt to shower regularly, clean their homes

The negative effects that alcohol has on a person’s life are endless. Drinking alcohol regularly can quickly lead to alcohol addiction and once that happens negative consequences are going to have to be dealt with.


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