A recent article posted by Natural News suggests that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may have a negative impact on the health of your brain. Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol, they suggest, can cause cognitive decline. Additionally, they suggest recent studies have found alcohol to cause a heart problem called fibrillation.
The article references a 30 year long observational study, although not a controlled experiment, that took place by the University of Oxford and the University College London, which after years of alcohol exposure, offered testing results such as MRI scans, which appeared to show hippocampal atrophy, which affects your memory and spacial navigation.
- might want to think twice before reaching for another shot of that drink especially if you have a big day at work the next day.
- A new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) showed that drinking moderately may not be as harmless as you believe
- in 2016 experts warned that drinking just one glass of wine or a bottle of beer per day can cause an abnormal hearth rhythm called atrial fibrillation, which is a major cause of heart failure and stro
“Alcohol can also cause gastritis, stomach ulcers, and internal bleeding. There’s also a increased risk of cancer.”