Friday, April 20, 2012

Bad Effect of Alcohol

Alcohol is a depressant, which slows down the central nervous system and can cause drowsiness, relieve pain and induce sleep. 

- Drinker experiences mild euphoria and loss of inhibition as alcohol impairs region of the brain controlling behavior and emotions. Alcohol impairs behavior, judgment, memory, concentration and coordination (shortened attention span, impaired problem solving abilities), as well as inducing extreme mood swings and emotional outbursts. 

- Alcohol acts as a sedative on the central nervous system, depressing the nerve cells in the brain, dulling, altering and damaging their ability to respond appropriately. Large doses cause sleep, anesthesia, respiratory failure, coma and death.

- Impaired or distorted visual ability and hearing (affects ability to distinguish between sounds and perceive the direction they are coming from) ; dulled smell and taste (reducing the desire to eat) and loss of pain perception; altered sense of time and space

- Impairs fine motor skills, and slows reactions.

- Numbness and tingling in the arms and legs caused by nerve damage from depletion of thiamine (B vitamin); when severe, can damage other nerve endings, causing staggering, etc. (Wernicke's Encephalopathy). 

- Long term drinking may result in permanent brain damage (Korsakoff's Syndrome or 'wet brain'), serious mental disorders, and addiction to alcohol.


- Lowered resistance to infection.

- High amounts of alcohol may cause breathing to stop, then death.


- Chronic heavy drinking may cause alcoholic hepatitis (inflammation and destruction of liver cells) and then cirrhosis (irreversible lesions, scarring, and destruction of liver cells). Impairs the liver's ability to remove yellow pigment, and skin appears yellow (jaundice). 

- Liver damage causes fluid to build in extremities (Edema).

- Decreases production of blood-clotting factors; may cause uncontrolled bleeding

- Liver accumulates fat which can cause liver failure (“alcoholic fatty liver”), coma and death.


- Sexual functioning can be impaired and deteriorate, resulting in impotence and infertility, sometimes irreversible. Females also have a high risk of developing breast cancer. 

- In men, may lead to sterility, atrophy of the testes and enlargement of the breasts.

- Early menopause and menstrual irregularities are common in women who drink excessively.

- Drinking during pregnancy significantly increases chance of delivering a baby with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome; small head, possible brain damage, abnormal facial features, poor muscle tone, speech and sleep disorders, and retarded growth and development.


- Weakens the heart muscle and ability to pump blood (Cardiomyopathy).

- Abnormal heart signals, irregular heart beat and heart enlargement.

- Increases blood pressure, risk of heart attack and stroke.

- Inhibits production of both red and white blood cells.


Due to lower phosphate, muscles become weaker and atrophy; pain, spasms and tenderness.

- Irritation and damage of esophagus lining, induces severe vomiting, hemorrhaging, pain and difficulty swallowing. Can contribute to throat cancer. 

- Irritation of stomach lining, can cause peptic ulcers, inflammation, bleeding lesions and cancer. Minute blood loss may deplete the body's iron stores, causing irritability, lack of energy, headaches and dizziness. 

- The pancreas becomes stressed from having to create insulin to process the sugar present in alcohol. This creates a significant risk of pancreatitis, a chronic inflammation that can be fatal. - rly menopause and menstrual irregularities are common in women who drink excessively. of sugar in alcohol. n severe, 

- Irritation of the intestinal tract lining and the colon

- Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, sweating and loss of appetite are common. 

- Alcohol impairs the small intestine's ability to process nutrients and vitamins.

- Chronic drinking may result in inflammation, ulcers, and cancers of the intestines and colon.


- Alcohol interferes with the body's ability to absorb calcium, resulting in bones being weak, soft, brittle and thinner (Osteoporosis)

Bad Morning

I feel so sleepy today because last night I didn't sleep. The husband of our neighbor is drunk, that the cause their couples fighting, they really make noise that's why all of us are not sleeping the whole night. My husband really angry but he doesn't  want to confront our neighbor because it is under the influence of alcohol. He said even I can talk that guys still it will not listen. I check the clock what is the time, it is already 2:30am but still I can sleep, I try but it is really noisy. They turn on their radio in the full volume, how can sleep in that situation? I decided to woke-up and cook for our breakfast early .

Even I didn't sleep last night but still I work today because now is the salary day. :)

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Good Morning

Try to read this one:
Leave back all your worries and troubles of yesterday,

Make yourself a silent promise to make today a better day. 

Now my dear friend, a brand new day lays ahead of you,
Face it with pride, because it is a gift and is totally new. 
May all your goals and ambitions for the day be set,
I wish you have an amazing day and a night without regrets.
Good morning buddy. Have a grand day! 

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Good Things for Coffee

My husband and my mother really loves to  drink coffee especially in the morning. Maybe they can drink coffee 4 times a day I think. 

There are what coffee brings good to our  body:

1. Coffee contains plenty of natural ANTIOXIDANTS which are vital to fight off free radicals that are harmful to your body!

2. Coffee increases our ALERTNESS by heightening our senses and response.

3. Coffee helps us LOSE WEIGHT by increasing our metabolism, which in turn burns fat!

4. Coffee helps relieve MIGRAINES or headaches.

5. And most importantly, studies show that coffee consumption can help us FIGHT Type 2 Diabetes, Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, Gallstone and Kidney Stone Formation, Liver Cirrhosis, Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer and Prostate Cancer.

My Kids

It is already 7 o'clock in the morning but I already feel the hot of the sun outside. Me and my kids, we  take a bath  to feel fresh before we eat breakfast. After the breakfast they start open their books because they really love to learn more and I am happy for that.

When I check the time it is already 7:45 am it is time to go to my work. It is really sad being a working mother because you don't have a time to be with them especially in study time. 

Ordinary Day

It is a cloudy day, it's make me feel tired and sleepy. My boss playing games in his laptop while my co-workmate waiting for the customers outside. Will... about me, I'm just sitting front of my table and my desktop thinking many things especially how to earn extra income. 

Almost everyday this is my work routine, if not really busy especially today I am updating my 3 blogs. It makes me feel better when I recalled to read all my post here. :)

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Learn korean Language

I want to learn some basic Korean language because my boss is a Korean. I want to start from numbers, days, months because these are usually my boss asked me. Sometimes, I can't understand him because he only speak in English a little bit that's why I want to study some basic Korean language and these are what I get from searching online.

English   Korean
    1             (hana)
    2    (tul)
    3    (set)
   4    (net)
   5    (tasot)
   6    (yosot)
   7    (ilgop)
   8    (yodolp)
   9    (ahop)
 10    (yol)


English        Korean
Sunday        ilyo-il
Monday       wolyo-il
Tuesday       hwayo-il
Wednesday       suyo-il
Thursday       mogyo-il
Friday       kumyo-il
Saturday       t'oyo-il

English      Korean
January      ilwol
February     eewol
March     samwol
April     sawol
May             ohwol
June     yuwol
July            ch'ilwol
August    p'alwol
September    guwol
October            shiwol
November    shibilwol
December    shibeewol