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Risk factor of having disease while drinking whisky - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Dr. can u suggest me as i am drinking whisky 180 ML per week so what is the bad factor of any dises
Doctor :   Dr here
User :   and my age is 32 years and weight is 63 KG.
Doctor :   yes you are at risk of many diseases.
Doctor :   Like Heart problems, Raised cholesterol
User :   what type of dieases
User :   ok
User :   what should i do pls suggest
Doctor :   Diabetes
Doctor :   You are allowed 30 per week
Doctor :   30 ml
User :   can u give me any suggation or excersise
User :   either should i take 2 beer per week
Doctor :   No Maximum 1 can be taken
User :   any excersise
Doctor :   Are you overweight?
User :   no 63 kg. only
Doctor :   You should go for a daily walk for half an hour
User :   ok
User :   any other suggestion for gd health of tip
Doctor :   1)maintain a balanced diet
Doctor :   2)Drink lots of water
Doctor :   3)Include 3 servings of fruit in your diet.
Doctor :   4)reduce alcohol intake
User :   some time i feel little bit pain in my heart so should i go for some checkup
Doctor :   Yes you can get your complete examination and investigation done
User :   thanks a lot
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me, bye for now
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