Alcohol and women Health authorities recommend women should drink less alcohol than men, for several reasons.
Alcohol large part of life for Aussie men More than half of Australian men drink alcohol either daily or weekly, 6 per cent drink at levels placing them at risk, and almost a quarter think drinking will ease depression, surveys show.
Alcohol releases feel-good endorphins Drinking alcohol leads to the release of endorphins, so-called feel-good chemicals, in the brain, with heavy drinkers experiencing changes that make alcohol more pleasant, study shows for first time.
Alcohol: effects Read about the effects of alcohol, both immediate and long-term, on your body.
Alcohol: how much is too much? Too much alcohol can be bad for you. Find out the recommended limits for men and for women, and for other groups of people such as under 18s, 18-25 year olds, seniors and pregnant women.
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