Extra glass of wine, beer takes 30 minutes off your life

Extra glass of wine, beer takes 30 minutes off your life

Extra glass of wine, beer takes 30 minutes off your life

The study included data from 600,000 drinkers in 19 countries.

The major study looked at over 600,000 drinkers around the world, and came to the conclusion that drinking between five and 10 175ml glasses of wine or pints of beer a week is unsafe to your health, and could knock up to half a year off your life.

Around half of the almost 600,000 participants said they consumed the equivalent of more than of seven alcoholic drinks per week, while almost 10 percent reported drinking more than 25. If you don't drink wine, substitute a can of beer or a shot of liquor for each glass.

The study of almost 600,000 drinkers found that the risk of death from all causes increased as alcohol consumption climbed.

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Anything more than six glasses is associated with a higher risk of stroke, coronary disease, heart failure and hypertension, according to the study.

Those drinking more than 350g of alcohol per week - equivalent to almost 44 units or 19 pints of beer - had an estimated lower life expectancy at age 40 of four to five years compared to a drinker consuming less than 100g per week.

The proposed new limits - based on an analysis of data from almost 600,000 drinkers in 19 countries - are significantly lower than the HSE's current guidelines.

One resident of Shelton, commented: "I would say it's fairly accurate, but it's probably not going to affect my drinking habits for the next five years whilst I'm still at University". At 40 years of age, those who had an intake of between seven and 14 drinks per week had a six-month-lower estimated life expectancy than those who drank fewer than seven. Co-author Edoardo Casiglia of the University of Padua said, "This study provides clear evidence to support lowering the recommended limits of alcohol consumption in many countries around the world".

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Jeremy Pearson, an associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation, which part-funded the study, called it "a serious wake-up call for many countries".

But they said "on balance" there are no health benefits from drinking and further research was needed to explore the link. "This powerful study may make sobering reading for countries that have set their recommendations at higher levels than the United Kingdom", shared Victoria Taylor, of the British Heart Foundation.

'This works out at about an hour per day.

"Of course, it's up to individuals whether they think this is worthwhile".

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Each unit of alcohol consumed above the U.K.'s recommended daily guidelines takes about the same amount of life as a cigarette, according to The Guardian.

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