Low-Dose Alcohol Use is Associated with Decreased Brain Volume

Posted on August 20, 2020 in Europe, Europe

This study found that, when alcohol consumption increased, total brain volume decreased by 0.2% per one AUDIT-C unit already at 39–45 years of age. Low dose alcohol use is associated with neuronal changes in both males and females suggesting health risks that should not be overlooked…

Alcohol Harm, Alcohol Myths, BigAlcoholExposed, Brain, Brain Damage, Evidence, Mental Health, News, Older People, Science
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