The relationship between the long-term use of Alcohol and Blood Pressure Levels is a major medical concern as alcoholic drinks are commonly consumed by most cultures in the world, and one in eight American adults (12.7%) suffer from alcohol abuse.
Chronic alcohol consumption can have damaging effects on the liver, digestive tract, and vascular system, which leads to elevated Blood Pressure levels. This increases the risk for serious cardiovascular issues, like heart attack and stroke.
The link between alcohol and blood pressure levels was first documented in the early 1900s. Dozens of studies since … Read More
This article Alcohol and Blood Pressure: What Are the Effects? originally published at Doctors Health Press - Daily Free Health Articles and Natural Health Advice by Tina Lockhart.