Consistent alcohol consumption can cause some serious health problems. The moment you take your first sip, alcohol hits your bloodstream and begins effecting your body. The more you drink, the more alcohol builds up in your bloodstream. The higher your BAC (Blood alcohol concentration), the greater effect alcohol will have on you.
High enough BAC’s can lead to reduced inhibitions, slurred speech, motor impairment, confusion, memory problems, concentration problems, coma, difficulty breathing, and even death.
Long Term Use
There are a lot of negative effects that come with long-term alcohol use. These negative effects include brain interference, heart damage, liver damage, pancreas damage, weakening of the immune system, and cancer.
Furthermore, drinking builds situational confidence. You go to a party, club, or bar, have a couple drinks and all of a sudden you can talk to women. However, that confidence is anchored to alcohol.
When you see a hot girl in the library and it’s time to make power moves but you’re stone sober, you’re going to find yourself thinking “I’d approach her if only I had some liquid courage”.
Build your social skills in these high energy environments while sober and it will transfer into all areas of your life.
And hey, if you want to have a drink or two, go for it. Just remember though: everything in moderation.