I take 90ml liquor every day, what will effects on body?!

Question: I take 90ml liquor every day, what will effects on body?

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Thats, assuming 40% alcohol, 3.6 units of alcohol a day.

4 units over the recommended safe maximum for a male a week.

It shouldn't cause too many problems at all

If you are an adult male of normal size, 90 ml is at the high end of of acceptable alcohol consumption. Medical research suggests that 30-60 ml (1 to 2 US ounces) actually is beneficial to health, reducing your cholesterol and blood sugar levels. For women, 30 ml/1 ounce is the recommended amount.

90 ml is pushing it, but if it is no higher than 90, you are probably not harming yourself very much. If you get up around 120 ml (4 US ounces), however, you are increasing your risk for liver damage, stomach cancer, and other problems that could significantly shorten your life. And if you are a woman, anything over 30 ml/1 ounce increases your risk for breast cancer.

I suggest you cut back a bit, but there is no need to get rid of the alcohol entirely.

Same answer, as before. I am sorry I can not type Marathi.

Nothing really. It is in the realm of moderate drinking.
And it really depends on why you drink, not how much or how often.

if its a wine or something you should have a healthy heart. other than that you should be the same.

I don't know much but I do know drinking

Hard liquor? I'd switch it for quality ale, and keep the liquor to no more than a day or 2 a week.

it is good

personal experience

Stepping closer to hospital and hell.

try to avoid the drink to live healthy life its a suggestion

u will live a healthy life....................................…

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