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My husband was diagnosed with Autobrewery Syndrome in Sept 2015 by the leading ABS clinical doctor Dr. Anup Kanodia as a direct result of a motor vehicle accident while at work in December 2014. He was taken to the hospital immediately after the accident where his blood draw was 0.29 BAC EVEN THOUGH HE WAS NOT OBSERVED TO BE INTOXICATED BY THE LAW OFFICER ...


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The stool at the top of the image of Bristol stool scale looks as separate hard lumps (Type 1), which means there's a lack of water in it, which can be due to: Drinking insufficient amount of water while drinking alcohol Eating foods low in fiber (meat, dairy products, chips, white bread, cookies, chocolate, fast food...), which is common during drinking ...


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We were taught in medical school that the single biggest contributor to hangovers is dehydration. The degree of dehydration is caused by the percent concentration of ETOH/ethanol which is a diuretic (i.e. it makes you take many trips to restroom.) Dehydration from drinking causes a drop in cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) pressure. This is why a hangover ...


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