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Some of the Tragic Tolls of Alcohol

2019-09-18
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SOME OF THE TRAGIC TOLLS of ALCOHOL: 2.5 million alcohol-related deaths per year worldwide

One in 6 deaths on the road in the UK are caused by drunk driving

In Australia alone, 70% of adults are negatively impacted by another’s drinking, with 43% affected by physical or verbal abuse.

Over 100 British children each week call a hotline to express anxiety and distress about their parents’ alcohol and drug abuse

Alcohol is the source of more than one in 20 deaths across the globe.

Cost of alcohol-related illnesses: US$186.4 billion in the United States.

£2.41 million for prescription medications each year in England, UK, with overall health costs in the billions.

US$210 - 665 billion globally.

Disease

Higher amounts of alcohol increase the cancer risk. Even half a glass of wine daily increases the risk of mouth or throat cancer by 168 percent.

Cancer of the liver, breast, colon, esophagus, rectum.

Linked to 20 percent of breast cancer cases.

Liver disease Cardiovascular disease

Metal toxicity

Sleep pattern disturbance including frequent awakening and reduced rest

Brain Damage Amnesia and dementia Brain shrinkage

Organ Failure Heart Liver Kidneys Stomach Pancreas Eyes

Birth Defects Mental retardation

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Stunted growth; facial deformity

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Miscarriage

Children afflicted by anxiety and depression

Alcohol-related Violence

Child abuse: 50% of cases

Violence toward loved ones: 30% of cases

Violent acts: 40–80% of cases

Suicides: 20-50% of cases

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