If drinking didn't cause any health problems, would you do it more often?
August 18, 2008 2:27am CST
I know I would, I love to drink a few beers and hang out with friends or watch sports. I rarely get drunk though, because I know it's killing some brain cells and damaging my liver, but if alcohol didn't cause any damage to the body at all, then I would probably drink it like three times a week. What about other people who drink beer, do you think that you would drink a lot more often if it didn't cause any damage to you?
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22 Aug 10
I feel Drinking is really a addiction and not easy to quit all of sudden. But good thing is there are many rehabilition center for helping to get rid of these habits. to make a great change in life..I dont drink but i helped my friends and few of them quit addiction to drinks
18 Aug 08
Even if it wouldn't grant any health hazards, doing it too often would lead to having too much and, along with everything else, having too much is bad for anyone. Let's say that it wouldn't harm one's health but, the effects of being drunk, after drinking a certain amount, depending on each individual in most cases, can cause many compromising situations.