Drinking Too Much Beer Will Deplete…
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so today we’re going to talkxa0 about some of the nutritional deficiencies that can be created when you drinkxa0 too much alcohol especially beer now many people drink alcohol but this video is mainly for thosexa0 who drink a lot of beer okay there’s a condition called photomania it’s an actual condition medicalxa0 condition which involves drinking a lot of beer and creating a severe electrolyte imbalancexa0 because i want to talk about this because if you know of someone who drinks a lot of beerxa0 like teenager whatever this could create a major problem that can be easily prevented nowxa0 what happens when you drink a lot of beer is you deplete your electrolytes you depletexa0 sodium potassium magnesium and calcium there’s a condition called hyponatremia which is lowxa0 sodium in your blood and here are the symptoms dizziness weakness seizures headaches youxa0 can even go in a coma inability to think confusion nausea of course some of thesexa0 symptoms are related to a hangover right well a lot of these hangovers occur because of thexa0 electrolyte deficient in the first place now if we compound this let’s say someone’s drinkingxa0 a lot of beer and they’re outside in the sun and they’re sweating so they’re going to be losingxa0 a lot of sodium and let’s say they drink too much and they vomit you’re going to lose a tremendousxa0 amount of sodium and other electrolytes when you vomit and then let’s say they’re consuming carbsxa0 which are going to also deplete your electrolytes by doing that and there’s a few other things thatxa0 can actually make it worse as well let’s say the person’s on diuretics or they’re a diabeticxa0 both of those conditions end up with severe electrolyte deficiencies so you can see i listedxa0 all the potential things that can throw off your electrolytes on top of drinking too much beer andxa0 last point i want to bring up is if someone is a chronic beer drinker or chronic alcoholic they’rexa0 going to set up a lot of deficiencies in their body which will lead to a lot of other symptomsxa0 which are then treated with medications which then deplete more nutrients so the whole cycle goesxa0 round and round if you want to see more videos on that topic i put them down below check themxa0 out before you go if you have a question about a product or you’re new to keto and you want toxa0 know how to begin keto or you’re on keto and you need a debug because it’s not going as smooth ixa0 have a keto consultant standing by to help you this is just for the people in the u.sxa0 hopefully in the future we’ll be able to answer everyone’s call but i put the numberxa0 down below so you can call and get some help
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Beer drinker? Here’s how it could affect your health.
0:00 Are you a beer drinker?
0:18 What is potomania?
0:57 Signs of low blood sodium
1:20 Other factors to consider
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In this video, we’re going to talk about some of the nutritional deficiencies that can be created when you consume too much alcohol—primarily beer. If you’re someone who drinks a lot of beer, this video is for you.
There’s a medical condition called potomania, which involves drinking a lot of beer and creating a severe electrolyte imbalance.
When you consume beer, you deplete your nutrients, including:
You can also experience a situation called hyponatremia, which is extremely low sodium in your blood. This can cause:
• Inability to think
These issues can be compounded by:
• Being out in the sun
• Eating carbs
• Taking diuretics
When you drink beer, you can experience deficiencies, which then cause health issues that require medications, which can also deplete more nutrients—this is a repeating cycle that can really affect your health.
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