April 24, 2010
Are You Affected By Alcohol?
Alcohol is the most widely spread refreshment worldwide. It is globally distilled everyday in various forms natural and otherwise. The effects of alcohol are a result of today’s society that lives within an alcohol framework. So does alcohol affect you and your life?
It all begins with a gulp of distasteful and strong liquid. Minutes later you find the liquid flowing through your system more appealing. Though it always ends in the morning with a searing headache making you want to crush your head into a small ball, what happens between the aforementioned seldom includes rape, accident, drunk driving, road rage and fist fights, riots, murders, etc. Many mistakes and disasters start with losing control over the liquid consumption. A host of other anti-social phenomenon too is surprisingly associated with Alcohol.
Alcohol immediately affects your body. Generally after a few drinks, one loses sense of judgment. Over-drinking and vomiting are the first welcome events for a new drinker. Over time, alcohol induced weight increase is a very easy to identify sign of the “Alcohol Affect”. Then there are those unfortunate habitual drinkers or alcoholics who face severe issues in life as they just can’t see a way out of their dependency to drink massive amounts of alcohol all the time.
The trend in the present global, cultural, corporate, social circles is favorable to the sale of massive amounts of alcohol. Alcohol companies of course do their very best to push this trend even more with Concerts of leading DJs at parties where they sample all their arsenal of booze upon the happy go lucky junta. This is sad given the fact that there are many other alternatives for parties and gatherings that involve more gratifying products than Alcohol. But the “New World Order” that we breathe in pushes the bottle with vengeance every Friday at binge parties across the globe, fusing all the consumers of the world into a deplorable blend of habituated alcoholics.
All vital organs like the blood, brain, heart, kidneys, liver, etc. all get damaged by alcohol abuse. There are endless stories of low income families getting completely broken apart by alcohol addiction. It is a very potent and enjoyable yet dangerous drink and thus must be treated with caution.
Like all potent substances it suits some people more than others. A few lucky ones are able to manage their large consumption of alcohol well. Most can’t. The worldwide statistics for deaths related to alcohol are too large and shocking to put up here. Why don’t you make an independent search and have a look at the ghastly statistics. The governments make too much money from the cash-rich alcohol breweries and thus does not ban it despite placing stringent bans on 100 times less harmful and 200 times more economical…”intoxicants”.
Anything in excess is bad and that’s truer for alcohol than anymore. So just keep it down and sip it little, or get drowned in the endless vortex of the bottle. Be a responsible drinker, as they say so hypocritically say in those alcohol commercials, because it is a matter of life and death more often than you may have previously feared.