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The alcohol is absorbed by the body is determined by several factors: the concentration of graduation or drink alcohol, the presence of food in the stomach, the weight of the individual (less weight means more absorption), sex , women are more sensitive ) and habituation (advanced stages of alcohol reduces alcohol tolerance) among others.
We can consider two types of poisoning due to consumption of alcohol: acute intoxication is caused by massive ingestion of alcohol and chronic poisoning, caused by repeated or acute poisoning by excessive and continuous consumption of alcohol. Read the rest of this entry »
Alcohol is a clear, colorless liquid that is found in beer, wine and spirits. What you drink is ethyl alcohol or ethanol (C 2 H 5 OH). Although traditionally considered a depressant, alcohol is present in a wide range of contradictory effects. It depresses or stimulates, excites and calms. Previously, alcohol was used medicinally to relieve pain, reduce fever or relieve stomach cramps. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people who are leaving the alcohol are with them is very complicated, especially since the end overcoming anxiety and cannot avoid returning to drinking. But there are many ways of trying to control the urge to drink in your detox period. Here are some suggested.
Alcoholism is difficult to leave, especially because when you are in the process of abandonment, displayed the worst withdrawal symptoms: sweating, insomnia and, above all, anxiety. This often leads people to want to return to drink to feel good. But it is important, if you’re in this situation, do not give the arm to twist and follow in your fight. Read the rest of this entry »
Since ancient times man learned to ferment grains and juices for a substance that caused him a special status. The first writings on the use of beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages date back over 5000 years in Mesopotamia with the Sumerians. The oldest European beer, made from wheat, is consumed in Soria (Spain) 4,400 years ago in the middle Bronze Age. However, the distillation process applied to fermented beverages dates back to the seventh century AD, on wine by the Arabs, who had learned to the alchemists.
The absorption of alcohol in the body is determined by several factors: the degree or concentration of alcohol in the drink, the presence of food in the stomach, the individual’s weight (less weight means more absorption), sex, women are more sensitive) and habituation (advanced stages of alcohol reduce alcohol tolerance) among others.
We can consider two types of poisoning due to consumption of alcohol: acute intoxication is caused by massive intake of alcohol and chronic poisoning, acute poisoning caused by repeated or excessive and continuous consumption of alcohol. Read the rest of this entry »
What is alcohol?
Alcohol is a colorless, burning taste, highly flammable liquid with a boiling point of 78.3 degrees Celsius. Alcohol is usually obtained by the fermentation of sugars that are cleaved by yeast into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
Alcohol contains many calories
Alcohol contains the most calories of fat. Each gram of alcohol provides 7 kcal.
A liter of beer contains about 470 calories and a bottle of sparkling wine (0.75 liters), about 600 kcal. In comparison, a bar of chocolate delivers about 530 kcal.
The problem with alcoholic drinks is that they are easily in large quantities eats. In one liter of beer a day is not even one of the “real” beer drinkers. And for wine or champagne, it remains rare in a glass. Read the rest of this entry »