Good, Bad and Ugly Aspects of Alcohol Consumption

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Alcohol has been defined as organic chemical where one or more OH(hydroxyl) groups are connected to carbon atoms in place of Hydrogen atoms in an online dictionary. We all know that alcohol includes methyl alcohol, propyl alcohol and ethyl or ethanol alcohol. Commonly, alcohol is recognized in the form of beer, wine or liquor. It is so powerful that it can change the pattern of attitude and behavior of people, especially those who are addicted to it. This article focuses on this topic, alcohol drinking and its good, bad, ugly. In simple words, we will talk about the benefits, major concerns and problems of alcohol consumption in society.

Is there any advantage of alcoholic drinking? Well, the answer may be yes and no both. But before exposing any negative effects, first let us see some medical and laboratory tests and analysis about this arguable issue. According to National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, it came to a conclusion after many scientific studies that balanced drinkers do have minimum death rate when compared with people who drink heavily and some people who doesn’t drink at all. That conclusion was based on scientific discoveries that temperate drinkers do have balanced heart condition, and so enhances their long life. But, women should be aware of the fact that drinking can lead to breast cancer.

The complications of drinking in under-aged: The news is always flooded with situations of teenagers involving in big parties and mafia, which have been discovered by under-cover police investigations to be highly influenced by alcohol consumption. Colleges throughout many countries and United Stateshave been attacked by this hazard. At present, parents worried and confused to a large extent, where as governments are spending money on education, rehabilitation, orientation and new system of police training on various levels to restrict complications of alcohol consumption related to teenagers.

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