Research shows that blood alcohol levels peak higher and faster and take longer to return to normal due to altered metabolism after gastric bypass surgery. In addition, many…

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It turns out that 20 percent 2 of people who have had gastric bypass surgery develop alcohol use disorder. That’s more than 3 times the rate for the…

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Consuming too much alcohol is linked to high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, trouble pumping blood through the body, blood clots, stroke, cardiomyopathy (sagging, stretched heart muscle), or heart…

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QuitStix Toothpicks helps keep cravings away even after you’ve already stopped smoking so you don’t ever fall back or start to smoke again. It also helps cope with…

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When smokers are in situations where smoking is prohibited, chewing gum is believed to reduce cravings to smoke. … Results from this study indicate that chewing gum reduces…

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Are toothpicks good for quitting smoking? Flavored toothpicks help combat psychological symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. If you smoked mentholated cigarettes, a mint-flavored toothpick can help replace the taste…

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Compared to non-alcoholic subjects, chronic alcoholic patients have lower serum concentrations of potassium, magnesium, bicarbonate, calcium and phosphate as well as a lower arterial pH value. Can drinking…

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Alcohol can cause electrolyte imbalances in three ways – through increasing fluid loss, increasing electrolyte excretion, and diluting the concentration of electrolytes within the body. What electrolytes are…

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Analysis of sodium concentration demonstrated that 64% of people with alcohol dependence had low (

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Electrolyte abnormalities are common findings in patients with a history of heavy alcohol use. Excessive consumption of beer in particular, which has a low solute content (sodium concentration,…

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