Your Daily Wine Dose

Wine is used for preventing heart disease and stroke, preventing decline of thinking skills in later life, diabetes, preventing a digestive tract infection that can lead to ulcers, and many other conditions, but there's no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses. It can also be unsafe if used in large amounts.

How does it work?
Wine contains ethanol (alcohol), which blocks various nerve pathways in the brain. It also contains chemicals that might have beneficial effects on the heart and blood circulation such as antioxidant effects, and preventing blood platelets from forming clots.

Wine is LIKELY SAFE for most adults in moderate amounts (about two 5-ounce glasses per day). Side effects can include flushing, confusion, or rapid changes in mood in some people. But drinking more than two 5-ounce glasses of wine per day is POSSIBLY UNSAFE.
Larger amounts can cause blackouts, trouble walking, seizures, vomiting, diarrheal, and other serious problems.

Best way is knowing when you need to drink wine,
when to stop and when to start

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