Alcohol reduces the body's ability to fight viruses

Alcohol may exacerbate the effects of the disease, which leads to a long recovery period after injuries and burns. It is also known that it impairs the ability of the immune system to fight viruses, including hepatitis and HIV.

A new study by researchers from the University of Massachusetts shows that prolonged use of alcohol has a doubly negative effect on the body's ability to fight viruses than once-it is also destructive.

The researchers found that the impact of alcohol on cells of the immune system kills the ability of receptors to recognize bacteria.

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Thus, constantly drinking alcohol kills the body's ability to recognize harmful bacteria and viruses, in addition alcohol contributes to the development of depression, which also negatively affects the body's natural defence - immunity.

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