I understand what you are saying
how likely is 90-100 drinks per month to cause long term damage? well, that is considered to be HEAVY binge drinking
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The overall risk factor numbers have a wide variance in my understanding from person to person and clearly there are a lot of conflating factors.
Cancer is not by any means my only concern, just one concern about the potential health risks of my current habits.
I'm not looking for an antidote but an effective monitoring and evaluation tool of my condition. I mentioned before regular screening for BP ad cholesterol. Liver function test I haven't done. WOuld those three test suffice to give an early indication of excess?
Also, on occasion I take 5mg of zolpidem and have 3 beers. I understand potential risks in drowsiness etc with such a combination but does the combination taken at the same time cause damage to the liver or any other organs?
Again, putting aside the pyschotropic /narcoleptic effects.