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I am not going to bombard you with the things I learnt in online Sober School but maybe a few will resonate with that fecking head of yours. Alcohol in women causes the following physical + mental health issues. Increased Risk For Breast Cancer Women who consume a drink a day have a 10 percent higher risk of developing breast cancer than women who do not drink. Can Endanger Pregnancy Pregnant women who drink heavily put their fetus at an increased risk for learning and behavioural problems and abnormal facial features. Alcohol Abuse Women are the fastest growing segment of the alcohol-abusing population. Higher BAC levels Due to lower levels of water retained in the body, women reach higher blood alcohol concentrations than men who drink the same amount. Alcohol breakdown Women break down alcohol less efficiently than men. High consumption negatively affects women’s cycles Excessive drinking may disrupt menstrual cycling and increase the risk of infertility, miscarriage, stillbirth and premature delivery. Increase Risk of Disease The risk of cirrhosis and other alcohol-related liver diseases is higher for women than for men. Brain Damage Research suggests that women are more vulnerable than men to the brain damaging effects of excessive alcohol use.[3] Moderate Consumption Moderate drinking is defined as no more than 1 drink per day for women and no more than 2 drinks per day for men.[4] Higher Income, Higher Consumption Women with household incomes above $75,000 are more likely to binge drink than those in lower income brackets. Deadly Dependence Alcohol dependence is twice as deadly for women as for men. Early Dieting, Later Misuse Girls who start dieting in sixth grade are more likely to engage in alcohol misuse later in life. Birth Control Birth control pills slow down the rate at which alcohol is eliminated from the body. - source HEALTH JOURNAL April 08,2016

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