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A newly released study shows that regular drinkers are less likely to die prematurely than people who have never indulged in alcohol. You read that right: Time reports that abstaining from alcohol altogether can lead to a shorter life than consistent, moderate drinking.

Surprised? The tightly controlled study, which looked at individuals between ages 55 and 65, spanned a 20-year period and accounted for variables ranging from socioeconomic status to level of physical activity. Led by psychologist Charles Holahan of the University of Texas at Austin, it found that mortality rates were highest for those who had never had a sip, lower for heavy drinkers, and lowest for moderate drinkers who enjoyed one to three drinks per day.

Of the 1,824 study participants, only 41 percent of the moderate drinkers died prematurely compared to a whopping 69 percent of the nondrinkers. Meanwhile, the heavy drinkers fared better than those who abstained, with a 60 percent mortality rate. Despite the increased risks for cirrhosis and several types of cancer, not to mention dependency, accidents, and poor judgment associated with heavy drinking, those who imbibe are less likely to die than people who stay dry.

A possible explanation for this is that alcohol can be a great social lubricant, and strong social networks are essential for maintaining mental and physical health. Nondrinkers have been shown to demonstrate greater signs of depression than their carousing counterparts, and in addition to the potential heart health and circulation benefits of moderate drinking (especially red wine), it also increases sociability.

While it’s always important to drink responsibly, this is one study that warrants raising a glass.

Read more: http://www.mnn.com/food/beverages/stories/study-abstaining-from-alcohol-significantly-shortens-life#ixzz3bJrcFrAo

I will drink to that HOYA nominee.

@Luther12 umeskia…1 or 2 beers a day sio mbaya

2 beers za FAXE knocks you out

Nmeraukia hata so hiyo ni span nmeongeza.Infact naingiza kajunior kangu ndani

2 beers inategemea ni gani

The beer industry has to make sure you drink

Different strokes for different folks. I sit this one out.

I think a glass or two a day isnt bad and could be healthy. Beer is just a drink and I dont hink there is nothing wrong with it.

One question:Who funded that research?

… tunaweza weka Legend Brandy kwa hio conclusion ya 1 or 2 beers?

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Depending on how much is taken and the physical condition of the individual, alcohol can cause:
Slurred speech
Upset stomach
Breathing difficulties
Distorted vision and hearing
Impaired judgment
Decreased perception and coordination
Anemia (loss of red blood cells)
Blackouts (memory lapses, where the drinker cannot remember events that occurred while under the influence)

Binge drinking and continued alcohol use in large amounts are associated with many health
problems, including:
Unintentional injuries such as car crash, falls, burns, drowning
Intentional injuries such as firearm injuries, sexual assault, domestic violence
Increased on-the-job injuries and loss of productivity
Increased family problems, broken relationships
Alcohol poisoning
High blood pressure, stroke, and other heart-related diseases
Liver disease
Nerve damage
Sexual problems
Permanent damage to the brain
Vitamin B1 deficiency, which can lead to a disorder characterized by amnesia, apathy and disorientation
Gastritis (inflammation of stomach walls)
Cancer of the mouth and throat

“My addiction built steadily and, before I realized it, I had become a morning as well as an afternoon drinker.
“I decided to stop drinking. I lay awake most of that night, and by noon the next day every bone in my body ached. In a blind panic, I nervously poured a glass full of gin, my hands shaking so violently that I spilled half the bottle. As I gulped it down, I could feel the agony gradually lessening. Then I finally knew the terrible truth: I was hooked. I couldn’t quit.”

All the above can be caused by anything. In fact since the age of Alchemy to modern medical science the study of cause and effect is the most difficult thesis there is. As @Luther12

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