Jake RobertsAurelian Smith, Jr.
- Birthdate: 05/30/1955 (age 61)
- Height: 6'6"
- Weight: 249 Ib
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However, they are told never to drink either the day of a show or a certain number of hours before one. And they especially are advised not to do so during interviews or press events. They represent the company in these areas, and the WWE will not put up with talent putting a black eye on their company professionally.
So far, only a few wrestlers have actually acknowledged their drinking problems. Very few have gone to rehab over an Alcoholic addiction only. Usually it is combined with other drugs which are causing several more problems and they go to rehab for this, not the drinking issues.
In this article, which is a continuance of the Drug and Protection Policy series I have done all week, we are going to dive into Alcohol and its effect on the human system. We will also dive into why WWE does not love an Alcoholic in their company.
In moderation, having a drink is not a bad thing according to health experts. Some doctors even advise women to have a small glass of wine while pregnant. Of course this is controversial among health pros. But many health advisers and professionals have never been up for telling their patients or groups of people that drinking at all is wrong when you are of age.
However, it’s when you abuse Alcohol and get drunk that the real problem starts.
The moment alcohol is put in your body, you are instantly putting in a poison according to your body. The body fights back, by producing an enzyme we have developed that health pros call “alcohol dehydrogenase”.
This is a fancy word and definition which basically helps to break down the alcohol and get it out of the body, usually through the urine channel.
At times, you can overload your body with alcohol causing you to throw it up along with your dinner as well. But we’ll get to that later.
Now, the AD gets to start its work once the alcohol reaches the stomach lining and liver. The liver is a primary part of your body that helps to get most of our toxins out of the body along with the kidneys. Without either, we’d be in a lot of trouble.
Death is pretty much a fact. One can live without their kidneys by having Dialysis a few times a week. But this is not something that people can do for decades. One will get toxins at one point in the body which will kill the person eventually.
Going back to the AD, it works in a cool way. It goes after the hydrogen atom off the ethanol molecules coming from the alcoholic beverage you took in. It then makes it into a non-intoxicating acetaldehyde, which acts to help clean out the alcohol similar to how New York is cleaned up after a New Year’s Party in Times Square.
The acetaldehyde kind of sucks in a way, as it is basically what your hangovers are caused by. When you drink less, this part does not affect you nearly as much. But when you drink more, it sucks more. That’s pretty obvious of course.
When you drink, your body does what it can to move the drink out as safe as possible. But, this does not mean you cannot damage yourself with every drink you take in.
Usually, drinking in moderation is fine. Having a cosmo with the girls on the weekend or having a beer with the guys on game day is not going to be a bad thing for your body as we just found that your body will get rid of it. However, it’s when you drink every day or too much in a given day that the problem starts.
Our brain will tell us that we need more over time because the effects of the alcohol on our body will not work as well the longer we drink. And when one is drunk, it’s rare you see them turn down more to drink. This makes things even worse for them body wise.
When you put it in your body, you start to do damage to the B vitamins, such B1, B2, B3, B6, and B12. You also hurt the areas were you’ll fine folic acid, vitamins C and K, zinc, magnesium and potassium. All of these are essential to the human body and when damaged, you can seriously start to...