Teens and Alcohol Drinking
There’s a vast number of teenagers today who have been lured to alcohol drinking. No one can really pinpoint the exact reasons why there’s a significant increase of teen alcohol users and predicted that numbers will continue to mount for the years to come.
Ads that people get from the media pertaining to alcohol products are quite inviting. Although a little warning was tagged at the end, this may seem to have no effect to the consumers especially to young adults. Hence information about potential hazards of alcohol and alcohol drinking are not clearly defined.
Here are information that teens should know about alcohol products and the possible danger that it may cause to their health.
Pregnancy and Alcohol
Alcohol drinking while pregnant is crucial no matter how high and low the amount of alcohol that was taken into the body. Alcohol can cause problems to the baby even if you seem to look healthy. Studies have shown some adverse reports to babies due to alcohol drinking. The worst part is that the consequence may be permanent or even fatal to the unborn baby.
Impact of Alcohol Drinking to Unborn Babies:
- Abnormality of Size and Weight
- Eyesight and Hearing Problems
- Trouble with Focus and Following Directions
- Attitude Problems
- Abnormal Growth of Body Parts
- Disability Problems
Why Alcohol Drinking is Prohibited for Pregnant Women?
Beer is the second most favorite beverage worldwide. If you are an average American, you may drink occasionally or moderate amounts but on a regular basis. Studies reveal that alcohol drinking at certain levels can help prevent certain forms of heart disorders but there is always an exemption.
Depending on the circumstances, alcohol drinking may harm not just yourself but also to the people that surrounds you and you have interaction with. There’s always a certain limit even to those who drink occasionally and to those who drink in moderate amounts of alcohol.
The limit depends on the differences of sexes, weight and metabolism and the amount of alcohol content in a bottle. Some beverages have higher alcohol content than the rest of brewed beverages.