The authoritative medical journal “Lancet”: Is drinking in the end healthy or terrible?
Many people often say that drinking less alcohol is good for the body. For example, “drinking is good for cerebral blood vessels”, it can promote blood circulation, accelerate blood flow, avoid embolism, etc., and even many people take some alcohol every day as a kind of health.
The world’s top medical journal The Lancet has published a study on the “drinking” of multi-country results: a sample of nearly 600,000 people, the question of whether “alcohol is good or bad for cardiovascular” and the pastAll kinds of misunderstandings, some “drinking is good for blood vessels”, it has sent out the answer. This time finally made it clear!
Stroke: A significant increase in the incidence of stroke is as follows. All count points are above the dotted line, dotted line 1.
0 represents the background value of the weekly intake of alcohol in the range of 0-25g.
In other words, drinking alcohol increases the risk of stroke!
Cardiovascular disease: Heart failure and other diseases all increase. Do people think that drinking is good for cardiovascular?
Studies have shown that the incidence of heart failure is an increase in the amount of alcohol transferred, there is no such thing as “appropriate amount of drinking” nothing, not attacking.
In addition, for coronary artery disease, 200g of alcohol per week will increase.
In addition to the above mentioned cardiovascular diseases, the relationship between other cardiovascular diseases and alcohol is as shown above, and basically it is more than enough to die.
In general, if you consume more than 200g of alcohol per week, don’t mention any “cardiovascular benefits.”
Carcinogenic: The World Health Organization lists a class of carcinogens in the 2014 World Cancer Report that caused a statistic-3.
5% of cancers are caused by alcohol, and one in every 30 cancer deaths is caused by alcohol.
Other researchers have used human research to verify the types of cancer associated with drinking and found that heavy drinking (more than 3 times a day) is cited in non-drinkers and is more likely to suffer from five types of cancer: upper gastrointestinal/respiratoryCancer, lung cancer, female diabetes, colorectal cancer, and melanoma.
For cancer, there is no minimum intake – drinking a little increases the risk of cancer!
All-cause mortality: A straight-line study found that alcohol intake exceeded 350g per week, and the risk of death was directly due to the risk of death. The study is as follows, the male left female right, the ordinate is the expected number of lost life, the figure can be seenIn the matter of drinking short-lived, men are much worse than women.
The green line is the expected life expectancy of the dead group with a weekly intake of more than 350g. The younger the drinker is, the 40-year-old drinker consumes more than 350g per week and the life expectancy decreases by nearly 5 years.
In the “appropriate drink” group, the weekly intake of 200-350g range, the life expectancy decreased by nearly 2 years.
The “less drink” group, with a weekly intake of 100-200 g, still has an expected life expectancy.
In fact, 350g of alcohol per week is not a booze.
7 days a week, an average of 50g per day, is almost the alcohol content of two cans of 500mL beer.
So is there a safe drinking range?
So, since drinking can’t be healthy, is there a safe drinking range?
The recommendations of the American Oncology Association (ASCO) are: “Women do not drink more than one serving a day, and men do not exceed two servings a day.
1 serving of alcohol = 1 (341 ml) beer, or 1 cup (142 ml) of red wine, or 1 small 1 (43 ml) of spirits.
These people especially don’t drink alcohol!
Hepatitis patients: Alcohol can inhibit and poison liver function.
Hypertension, hypertensive patients: excessive alcohol intake increases vasodilation, elevated blood pressure, etc.
Acne patients: can induce or aggravate the condition.
Eye disease patients: such as myopia, glaucoma and so on.
Urinary calculi patients: Beer contains calcium, oxalic acid and bird nucleotides that can cause urinary calculi.
Pregnancy women: Excessive drinking of pregnant women may cause deformity and miscarriage.
Lactating women: Alcohol will enter the milk, which is not good for your baby.
Gout patients: Alcohol itself is a high risk factor for gout.
Osteoporosis patients: Alcohol inhibits calcium and vitamin D supplementation.
Patients with digestive diseases: will aggravate the condition, such as chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer and so on.
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