The Linked between Alcohol and Breast Cancer

Posted: January 14, 2016 by

Alcohol and Breast Cancer

 

Medical science has illustrated that alcoholic beverages such as wine, beer, and hard liquor increase a woman’s risk of  breast cancer. The acceptable limit for a female drinker is one alcoholic drink per day, but even this puts women in danger of developing cancers of the breast and other parts of the body.

Women who tend to have three alcoholic drinks in a week have a 15% higher chance of developing breast cancer compared to those women who don’t drink at all. Doctors say that the risk is 10% higher for each further drink consumed by a woman in a single day.

The Rights Steps to Take

According to National Health Guidelines, women should consume no more than one alcoholic drink every day. If you’re a woman and you choose to drink, we also suggest that you consider both the benefits and risks of alcohol. Unlike the other factors which contribute to breast cancer development, drinking is something you can control. If you choose to drink at home, do so in moderation. You may want to try other activities to unwind, such as exercise, massage, or swimming.

0 Comment