The dangers of regular excessive drinking go way beyond the morning hangover. Those who drink heavily run the risk of damaged brain tissue, an array of liver disease and a variety of cancers. Keep these risks in mind when asking if you're good for one more.
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I have found a mixture able to cancel the fact of alcohol on the state of a drinker. It is pure natural.
I think this product will be in great demand on the market, because many drinkers seek to establish their normal states, after the passing of a threshold.
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I never drunk alcohol but I'm curious if you can resist the effects of alcohol when most people enter the 'drunk' state of mind after drinking. Can you reject getting drunk after you drink? Can you stay consciously sober after you drink it?
I've had trouble maintaining my train of thought for years and I'm wondering if moderate alcohol consumption over time has caused it. The first side effect described here was "slower" relay of information. Coincidence?
San San I did some looking up on that, whilst good that you mention a positive side you still get the bad effects from alcohol, and you can get the good effects (apart from somewhere where I heard it makes you live longer without evidence) just by being healthy in the food department
And then they complain why Muslims in the uk protest against alcohol. ... it's in their religion to avoid alcohol because alcohol is flat out dangerous
"They ask you about wine and gambling. Say, "In them is great sin and [yet, some] benefit for people. But their sin is greater than their benefit." " Baqara 219
.... but paranoid westernized fucks just won't get it no matter what ...get down of your high horse you delluded twats XD
Honest Man Making alcohol illegal is not the solution, prohibition didn't stop people from drinking and the war on drugs didn't stop herion overdoses.
I think it's actually better for safety if alcohol remains legal for a few reasons:
1, if alcohol is made illegal, there will still be a market for it, however it will be an underground market that the government can't regulate. This will allow producers to ignore whatever laws currently surround it, and the government won't be able to get the tax from it anymore either.
2, then it would be EASIER not harder for minors to get alcohol. Today a teenager would have an easier time getting marijuana than alcohol. Because a liquor store could be shut down if caught selling to minors, so they enforce strict policies about checking ID's. The teenager would have to ask someone of age to buy it for them, and if that person gets caught they can go to jail so they might not be willing to do it. However for a marijuana dealer, their business is already illegal so they have nothing to lose by selling to minors.
3, with alcohol being legal, you can choose from different drinks with different varieties of alcohol content and know exactly what you're going to get. But if it were illegal, that would all go away because as I said earlier, producers and dealers could ignore all the laws since they're already an illegal business. Producers would likely only want to sell drinks with the highest alcohol content possible because they can charge more for less of it. And also if someone bought a drink they wouldn't be able to know if they would be fine or if it would knock them out.
Finally, it's just not fair if the government gets to tell us how to live our lives. It shouldn't be our legal obligation to be healthy. If we keep alcohol legal, educate about its affects, then most people will drink responsibly, some not at all, and a few will take it to the extreme which will happen with any substance legal or not. If you sit eating fruit all day you can still get diabetes because despite its benefits, fruit is still loaded with sugar.
Drink wine drink beer, but do it moderately. Its healthy. Don't drink to get drunk. Say no to soda, which if you do your research, is killing you with cancer. Beer is wheat. Wine are grapes. Soda is corn syrup. and acid, with chemical additives created in a lab
Roy Harp. If I understand your argument correctly, you suggest people should drink alcohol because soda is bad? That's not a logical argument. Have you ever thought of not drinking alcohol, and leaving sugary sodas on the shelves?
Roy Harp at least soda doesn't have some of the instant side affects... you can have a soda at a party and be perfectly normal (unless sugar rush I guess..?) but if you had a couple glasses of a drink you might act differently than intended
False advertising. This advertising really paints a bad picture of alcohol, although true, that is, for those who drink to get high, it leaves the viewer with the opinion that beer or wine is evil, which is false. Soda is your poison, other wise the government would not be banning the contents from the store which, have been linked to all kinds of cancer.
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