Alcohol can cause ‘potentially deadly’ heart problems – expert

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“If left untreated, arrhythmias can damage the heart, brain, or other organs. This can lead to life-threatening stroke, heart failure or cardiac arrest.”

This is how you lower your risk

The government advises drinking no more than 14 units of alcohol per week on a regular basis.

14 units is equivalent to approximately six medium (175 ml) glasses of wine or six pints of four percent beer.

“It’s important to spread drinking out over three days or more if you’re regularly drinking up to 14 units per week,” advises Dr. Guttman.

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