Friday, November 2, 2012

My personal experience with BEER & WINE


I am so sorry to everyone for not making a post lately. It has been while since I made a post but I had some things going on. I am going a deep growth with college and as usual, Facebook things going on and being on other forums. So I had little time for posting. Now I am back. I had some unfortunate events during this time too.

One of them is drinking two alcohol types which are already bad enough. They are Beer and Wine. There is no one at fault. I have only myself to blame. I have had stories about how these two drinks are so bad and yet I decide to take these two shit. It was so bad. So what happened was that a week ago, I went to a person's house. I was asked to drink some Red Wine. I said yes and the worst occurred. I had also had some beer that day too. The result was so bad. I knew right away that I was drunk. I mean I was inclined to sleep more and I was inclined to move more than I usually did. Also let me add, my ribs were totally fucked up and also my voice was bad for a week. The results were bad for me being drunk.

My opinion of Alocohol is that is the worst thing that can happen. I may drink this drink occassionally but I know if I do then I will end up messed up for some time. I think Alcohol can cause some great harm. It really can.

Well here some startling facts
Source (http://about-alcoholism-facts.com/)
  • Although 40 percent of U.S. college freshmen say they binge drink -- five or more drinks on one occasion -- a new study has discovered that up to 20 percent of male students go substantially beyond the binge-drinking threshold, consuming more than 10 or 15 drinks per drinking session.
  • Up to 80 percent of alcoholics have a deficiency in thiamine and some of these individuals will go on to develop serious brain disorders such as Wernicke–Korsakoff syndrome.
  • Alcohol dependence and alcohol abuse cost the United States an estimated $220 billion in 2005. This dollar amount was more than the cost associated with cancer ($196 billion) and obesity ($133 billion).
  • Every year in the U.S. more than 150,000 college students develop health problem that are alcohol-related.
  • The 9.6% of adult alcoholics drink 25% of the alcohol that is consumed by all adult drinkers.
  • Every day in the United States more than 13,000 children and teens take their first drink.
  • According to recent research, 62% of U.S. high school seniors reported that they have been drunk recently.
  • According to a study undertaken in 2002, at least 762,000 children that are born each year have been exposed to alcohol during the mother's pregnancy.
  • Alcohol is the third leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States.
  • 3 million Americans over the age of 60 are alcoholics or have serious drinking problems.
  • 3.1 million Americans, roughly 1.4% of the population 12 and older, received treatment for alcoholism and alcohol-related problems in 1997.

  • These facts are quite startling. I think I will leave it up to you to judge whether Alcohol is good. I think you have heard enough of me. FOR NOW.

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