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Effects of having a carbonated alcohol or drink in your body.

Effects of having a carbonated alcohol or drink in your body.

We should admit the fact that most of the human population would rarely say that they have had fun and enjoyed their party (be it a party) if alcohol was never involved in the party set up.

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 This makes alcoholic drink very popular amongst you, but do you actually know what you are exposing yourself into when sipping that glass of vodka or rather beer. Alcohol has been associated with causing a lot of diseases including: cancer, stroke etc. Telling you to stay out of alcohol completely would sound torture to you but it will help, so instead let us say that you minimize your alcohol intake to about having 3 glasses or bottles every week. Carbonated alcohol should be the worst of them all because it gets you drunk faster than expected and leaves you hanging in the middle of some strange places with strange feelings unknowingly. Having beer as the weakest when it comes to testing the volume of alcohol contents in a drink it can be said that you can still sip one more bottle and still be strong and conscious or a little bit sober. Beer tops the list of having the least alcohol contents followed by wine and then liquor (although not all). But whether it is a beer or liquor the end result expected is all the same the only difference is the rate at which on gets drunk.

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 But having carbonate in a drink will make you drunk faster, since it also serves a very dangerous function as a toxin. Normally when a sober person uses his or her common sense should be able to understand that a fluid, any fluid that has a higher alcohol by volume (ABV) gets a person intoxicated quicker when compared to a fluid that has a lower alcohol by volume (ABV). Alcohol drinks that contain carbonate are absorbed faster than alcohol drinks that do not have carbonate in them. However it should not be misunderstood that carbonated alcoholic drinks are only limited to these drinks that are manufactured with carbon dioxide infused in them, including beer, wine, champagne and also some flavored too. Carbonated alcoholic drinks should simply be understood as any alcoholic drink that is ingested along with a carbonated mixer that are commonly used to dilute or mix with the alcohol especially the ones with a strong volume of alcohol contents such as vodka, because every reaction takes place in the stomach and not inside the bottle or glass that has the alcohol. Carbonate increases pressure in the stomach, which helps to force alcohol into the blood stream via the stomach lining more quicker hence driving the alcohol into the blood stream more faster and making it reach the brain more faster and the reaction starts taking place in a short while this makes it a drink that could make you get drunk much more quicker than any other drink. You should always work towards getting intoxicated faster as it is dangerous to your health. So next time you are hanging out with friends remember to not use carbonated drinks like soda to dilute your alcohol drink because the only difference between getting intoxicated faster or slower is upon your decision on what to take that drink with.

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