High net worth men, you have the power and prestige and you’ve achieved great things. But you’ve neglected your most valuable asset. Your health. If you’re looking to reprioritize your health, consider Metro Medical Direct’s services. We are a concierge men’s health practice in Manhattan. You may have a busy and demanding lifestyle. So, it’s important to be aware of the dangers of excessive drinking. This includes binge drinking and heavy drinking. You may also have symptoms when you reduce or stop drinking. Another sign you may need help is if people tell you they like you better when you drink. So how are you supposed to know how much is too much alcohol?
What is Too Much Alcohol?
Excessive alcohol consumption is absorbed quickly by the body, but processed slowly. This leads to a higher risk of health complications. A standard drink is about 12 ounces of beer, 8-9 ounces of malt liquor, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof hard liquor. Note: Mixed drinks may contain more than one serving of alcohol and take longer to metabolize.
Health Risks of Too Much Alcohol
Short-term health risks associated with excessive alcohol consumption include alcohol poisoning, high-risk behaviors, and injuries. Long-term health risks include heart disease, stroke, learning and memory problems, mental health issues, liver disease, digestive problems, high blood pressure, cancer, weakening of the immune system, and alcohol use disorders. Alcohol can also affect the skin, leading to dryness and an increased risk of infections.
How Metro Medical Direct Can Help
To minimize the associated health risks, consider seeking medical attention immediately for alcohol poisoning and enrolling in a home detox/withdrawal management program. By prioritizing your health, you can enjoy a fulfilling and successful life, and the services offered by Metro Medical Direct can help you achieve that goal.
Doctor Raymond Zakhari is available for home visits. Call (917) 484-2709 or click here to request an appointment. He looks forward to speaking to you!
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