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Class Notes - 04/27/17

04/27/17 - Class Notes

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Caitlin’s Corner: Top 5 Drinking Myths

Welcome to Caitlin’s Corner!

I’m Caitlin Hixx, and will be bringing random tidbits to you every Hump Day here at Lions Den U.

This week I’m in the fabulous Las Vegas, so what better thing to write about in Sin City, than drinking! I scoured the great world wide web to find the truth about drinking, and dispel some common myths.

Top 5 Drinking Myths Debunked!

1. “Liquor before Beer, you’re in the Clear. Beer before Liquor makes you sicker”

This is probably the most common saying in the world of drinking. Yes, mixing alcohols is never the best idea, but there are no proven facts that indicate you will get sick or sicker if you mix beer and liquor. Everyone’s body is different when it come to tolerance.

2. “Pop an Aspirin before you drink and you will have no hangover”

While, I do think it is great to take aspirin or Tylenol before you go to bed after drinking to help aid you in the blasted headache hangover, popping an aspirin or Tylenol before drinking will actually make your body metabolize alcohol slower. Which increases the amount of it is in your blood, and prolonging the not so popular side effects of drinking.

3. “Beer isn’t as strong as wine or liquor”

Most people think they can drink more beer then say glasses of wine. But in all reality, a 12 oz beer has as much alcohol in it as a 4oz glass of wine or almost any other cocktail.  So unless someone if slamming Long Island Iced Teas, it is pretty much all the same.

4. “Drinking increases your sex drive”

Drinking might give you some liquid courage, but it won’t help your sex drive. In fact it can hinder it. You might want to have sex more when you are buzzed or drunk as alcohol lowers your inhibitions, but it can make it harder (no pun intended lol) for men to perform.

5. “Caffeine will sober you up”

While a cup of coffee might wake you up from your sleepy state of hard drinking and help you feel more alert, you will still be drunk.  I personally would rather “sleep it off.”

Hopefully I can remember these tidbits while in Sin City! ; )

See you next week!

Xoxoxo, Caitlin Hixx

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