Alcoholic Beverage Effects, Dosage, and Side Effects Alcohol
Alcoholic beverages are drinks containing ethanol, popularly called alcohol. Alcoholic beverages have been widely used since the remote antiquity by many civilizations around the world, as a component of the standard diet, for hygienic or medical reasons, for their relaxant and euphoric effects, for recreational purposes, artistic inspiration, as aphrodisiacs, and other reasons. Frequent excessive consumption can harmfully interfere with the user's social and financial well-being. The neurological effects of alcohol use are often a factor in deadly motor vehicle accidents and fights. People under the influence of alcohol sometimes end up in dangerous or compromising situations where they would not remain if sober.
Bottles of cachaÃ§a, a Brazilian alcoholic beverage. An alcoholic beve ...
- Alcohol (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)