Too much of it leaves you dehydrated and makes symptoms like congestion worse. Alcohol puts a damper on your immune system. And it might mix badly with cold…

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Alcohol does have anesthetic effects, but there is no scientific evidence of the benefits that we attribute to various alcoholic concoctions in calming our sore throat. It is…

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Alcohol will only make your throat more dry and painful. It also tends to dehydrate you. The same goes for coffee. Save the kegger for when you’re better….

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Alcohol can dry out your mouth and throat. When combined with a night of talking or yelling over loud music, this dryness can cause uncomfortable inflammation in your…

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After a two-week break from alcohol consumption, depending on factors like the person’s weight, size or even genes, a person’s tolerance level can be completely reset, said Eric…

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Regardless of the reason and goal, 30 days of abstinence is the best way to start. Even if the goal is to cut down, abstinence can assist with…

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After a two-week break from alcohol consumption, depending on factors like the person’s weight, size or even genes, a person’s tolerance level can be completely reset, said Eric…

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Alcohol tolerance can also be accelerated by practicing a task while under the influence of alcohol. Even if the subjects only mentally rehearsed the task after drinking alcohol,…

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Breaking the cycle of drinking can prevent your body from becoming accustomed to alcohol and help to lower or ‘reset’ your tolerance. Drinking within the low risk drinking…

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Does your alcohol tolerance go up? Alcohol tolerance is increased by regular drinking. This reduced sensitivity to the physical effects of alcohol consumption requires that higher quantities of…

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