[Can you drink beer during the holidays]_Drink beer_Menstrual period_Can you drink

[Can you drink beer during the holidays]_Drink beer_Menstrual period_Can you drink

Beer is a perfect match for summer with habster and barbecue. In social occasions, it is often simple beer, white wine, and red wine.

Among them, beer is more common, but women cannot drink beer during menstruation. After all, beer still has alcohol content. Secondly, beer is cold and not suitable for menstruation.

Beer is a type of beverage brewed with germinated barley as the main ingredient.

It has the lowest alcohol content, high nutritional value, and ingredients include water, carbohydrates, protein, carbon dioxide, vitamins and calcium, phosphorus and other substances.

Known as “liquid bread”, it is often supplemented with functions such as cooling off heat, helping digestion, appetizing and strengthening the spleen, and increasing appetite.

However, it is not advisable to drink beer during the holidays.

It is not advisable to drink beer during the holiday. Beer is a raw cold food, and it is not recommended to drink it during menstruation, which may lead to prolonged menstruation.

In addition, before and during menstruation, women are affected by hormone secretion, their ability to break down enzymes in the body is low, and their alcohol metabolism is reduced, which makes it difficult for alcohol to be quickly excreted from the blood. Therefore, menstruation is prone to intoxication and the burden on the liver will increaseThe possibility of causing liver dysfunction has also increased.

Before menstruation, the activity of decomposing enzymes is low, alcohol metabolism is reduced, and if metabolism is slowed down, the period of drunken state will be longer, and drunken feeling will be more serious.

Therefore, drinking before menstruation is addictive, and it is often the trigger of alcoholism.

In addition, due to continuous bleeding during the menstrual period, the body is weak, and the resistance is poor. Drinking alcohol will speed up blood circulation. At this time, it may lead to increased menstrual flow and dysmenorrhea.

Therefore, in principle, it is forbidden for women to drink alcohol during menstruation, but a small amount of wine can be used, no more than 50ml.

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