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Side Effects of Red Bull with Alcohol by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 01 Apr 2010 3:05am Energy drinks such as Red Bull seem to be the new rage.  An even newer rage is mixing them with alcohol.  This can have side effects that you might never think of. The Beneficial Side Effects of Red Bull with Alcohol Alcohol is a depressant and Red Bull is a stimulant, this unlikely combination appears to be taking over the night ... Read on »
Can Avoiding Dehydration Prevent Atrial Fibrillation “Holiday Heart Syndrome”? by Mellanie H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 3:11pm The holidays seem to bring on lots of atrial fibrillation, often attributed to a condition called “Holiday Heart Syndrome”, which is supposedly caused by consuming too much alcohol and caffeine during the holidays. This year, can we avoid afib caused by Holiday Heart Syndrome? I think so, by avoiding dehydration. Here are my thoughts abou ... Read on »
How Alcohol Can Wreck Your Body by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Sat 27 Oct 2012 6:39am (This report is from the U.K.  You will notice that it refers to “units.”  That’s the same as a about a half of one “shot” of alcohol in the U.S.) From heart to liver and brain to kidneys, a night on the tiles makes demands on us that we don’t fully realise. Peta Bee reports 6pm One Unit: It’s been a lon ... Read on »
Top #26 Best Ways 2 Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly #12 "Less Alcohol Please" by islandgurl Posted Fri 20 Jul 2012 8:23am Top #26 Best Ways To Beat Bloat~Banish Your Belly... #12 Less Alcohol Please Yes, it's true consuming alcoholic drinks can make bloating worse. First of all alcohol is dehydrating and constipating, which exacerbates bloating. Secondly, many alcoholic drinks are carbonated (beer, cider, fizzy mixers, and champagne of course), which wi ... Read on »
When do you drink water? by WellnessPossibilities Patient ExpertHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:41pm By Carol Harblin (CHHC) It's summer, and humidity is rising. What are you drinking throughout the day to stay hydrated? A beer? Soda? Iced tea or lemonade? Beer does taste refreshing on a hot day, but it has alcohol in it which dehydrates you faster. Soda and any other sugary beverage like that aren't really quenching your thirst. ... Read on »
Hazy, Hot, Humid by WellnessPossibilities Patient ExpertHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 05 Jul 2010 5:33am By Carol Harblin (CHHC) New York State and New England area is experiencing a heat wave. I listened to the weather report last night and they were warning all of us to stay in air conditioning. They gave us warning signs of a heat stroke too...(i.e. blurred vision, light-headed). They even went the extra distance and showed us how hot it co ... Read on »
Dehydration and your body by Gillian Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 05 Dec 2013 10:35am Dehydration occurs when the amount of water that the body is losing is more than what it is receiving. You loose water when you perspire, breathe, and pass out waste matter from the body. So it is important everyday to drink plenty of water to restore what the body loses naturally. How can you tell your body is becoming dehydrated? When y ... Read on »
Do Alcohol and Running Mix? by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:23pm by Jennifer Fields If you're a drinker and a jogger, you've no doubt experienced that highly unpleasant run the morning after you had one too many -- you're tired, out of it and full of regret as you try to drag your sluggish legs uphill. Some of the most seasoned runners I know swear off alcohol when training, and one of the biggest compla ... Read on »
ALCOHOL & RAW FOOD: Do they mix? by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 5:46pm One of the blogs that I visit most often is Raw Food Right Now. Now, Heidi Ohlander has written a very interesting article on that subject that few talk about and many (probably) think about, at least from time to time.  Can raw people have a drink here and there, or is it entirely verboten? (Sure, some of us have considered this issue… I kno ... Read on »