Alcohol Addiction Health Risk Factors
What is a Standard Drink?
Alcohol addiction comes with its share of alcohol health risks. In the United States, a standard drink is a drink that contains fourteen grams of pure alcohol. Here is a breakdown of what constitutes a standard drink based on what you are drinking:
What is Excessive Drinking?
Health Risks of Chronic Heavy Drinking
Short-Term Effects of Alcohol
Long-Term Effects of Alcohol
What Happens if You Drink Alcohol Every Day?
Drinking alcohol every day may not do any damage, but it ultimately depends on how much you drink. So, how much is too much? The CDC states that women should not drink more than four drinks and men should not drink more than five drinks during a single occasion.2 Moreover, the health benefits of having one drink a day greatly outweigh the negative effects of alcohol.3
Is it Possible for an Alcoholic to Cut Back?
How Alcoholism Affects Life Expectancy
How Concise Recovery Can Help
The dangers of alcohol are reason enough to seek out help. Concise Recovery will give you the support you need. Reach out today to reduce your alcohol health risks and get started with a higher quality of life.