Alcohol causes many diseases, including cancers. Thus, consuming 1 glass of standard size per day would increase the risk of developing esophageal cancer by 30%, oropharynx by 17% and breast cancer by 5%.
In total, alcohol consumption is responsible for the development of 200 associated pathologies. Among the most common, we can mention: hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, pancreatitis, peripheral neuropathy, cardiomyopathies … Consumed in excess, alcohol also has psychological repercussions, particularly by promoting anxiety, depression or even suicide.
Alcohol is totally prohibited for pregnant women because it passes almost entirely into the blood of the fetus. This can have irreversible consequences on the newborn. These may include skull and face malformations, stunted growth, and behavioral and / or cognitive delays.
The establishment of targeted detoxification is essential to support the liver, either after heavy alcohol consumption or during a regular intake.