Thursday, March 20, 2014

Drinking alcohol regularly increases the risk of stroke mortality

Alcohol consumption in a limit is beneficial but if it is consumed beyond limits it might lead to serious health issues. The same point is again brought by a new study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland. It states that consuming alcohol regularly that is twice or more in a week increases chances of stroke mortality specifically in men. Further the research proved that effects of alcohol are not only related to the amount consumed, but even the frequency could do the harm. The extensive report could be read in Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. The scientists found out that men who are more into alcohol consumption and have it twice or more times in a week have more than threefold chances of stroke mortality as compared to the normal people who do not have alcohol at all. This risk of stroke mortality is eminent regardless of the amount of alcohol one had.

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