Sweating When Drinking Alcohol?

A: Alcohol is a depressant, and the rush of blood from alcohol consumption may cause people to sweat. This type of sweating is called vasodilation, or increased blood flow that allows for an increase in heat loss. It also increases the amount of water that your body loses through perspiration so you feel thirsty after drinking alcohol.

Q: Is it okay to have a drink at brunch?

A: No! Brunch is typically a light meal with eggs and/or fruit as part of the main dish – but there’s nothing wrong with eating something else before getting started on those mimosas! If you want to indulge during brunch, try having one alcoholic beverage at dinner instead.

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