custom page Img
← Teens binge on 17 drinks at a time study Change →

 

Drinking excessively while young can trigger serious and permanent health problems

Nov 4, 2016  by 21bethere

Krystal Johnson - Yahoo7 News on November 4, 2016
Young adults who drink too much alcohol may have "hidden health consequences" that are difficult to wipe away even decades after conquering their problem drinking, a study revealed.
Chronic drinkers suffered more medical conditions than non-drinkers and were twice as likely to get depression, according to a Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs study published on Tuesday… The study revealed those who were chronic drinks at a young age had three medical conditions in later life whereas those who weren't alcohol dependent had two.
On a depression scale, people who drank at a young age were twice as likely to get depression and the effects were seen among those who had been free of dependence symptoms for several decades.
For complete story https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/33102669/drinking-excessively-while-young-can-trigger-serious-and-permanent-health-problems/?utm_source=ADF+Master+List&utm_campaign=3323f4c2ca-GrogWatch_October_08_11_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_fe135ee49e-3323f4c2ca-297991633#page1
 

 

Share
← Teens binge on 17 drinks at a time study Change →