Drinking Whole Bottle Wine is Dangers
A full bottle of wine adds 615 calories (123 per glass). Remember to eat cheese, crackers, and prosciutto between sips.
It'll get liquid calories and sugar.
While you don't need the wine's sugar, it won't spike your blood sugar. Alcohol can cause weakness, dizziness, and heart palpitations by lowering blood sugar.
Your glucose may drop.
How quickly and how long you get drunk depends on your size, gender, age, drinking history, if you've eaten, how many you've had.
A bottle of wine will throw off your balance, alter your coordination, and slow your reaction time, according to American Addiction Centers.
You'll lose coordination, response time, and the automobile horn.
Binge drinking raises systolic and diastolic blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association journal Hypertension, drinking raises your pulse by 15 beats per minute.
Your BP and HR rise.
Your body burns alcohol before other fuels. So drinking a bottle of wine will shut down fat-burning for a while.
Fat burning slows down.
Even with cheese and grapes, you'll want more food after finishing that bottle.
You'll want takeout.
For More Stories