Can you drink liquor after getting vaccinated against COVID-19?

In that sense, Caracol News points out that, While there are no studies specifically evaluating the impact of alcoholic beverages on the body’s response to the vaccine, specialists argue that you should avoid overdoing it.

Thus, the infectologist Alejandro Mojica pointed out in this medium that excess alcohol consumption has neurological effects such as:

  • Impaired reflexes
  • Headache
  • Impaired coordination
  • Gastrointestinal manifestations

The specialist told the newscast that, in addition to the above symptoms, drink liquor after receiving the vaccine against coronavirus can produce effects as the “decrease in defenses.”

The same question has been asked in other countries, and the Argentine media Clarín transmitted it to him to the Undersecretary of Primary, Ambulatory and Community Care of the Government of Buenos Aires, Gabriel Battistella, who he also called for measure.

“It is advisable not to consume excessively,” he noted, since the aforementioned symptoms “They can come up with any of the vaccines.”

“In order not to mix things up and not to enhance a possible adverse effect, it is recommended that you do not overdo it with alcohol,” explained the health professional in the Argentine environment.

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The Argentine doctor showed it as a way of discourage consumption. And it is that “never a health professional recommends drinking alcohol in moderation”, for the simple fact that not drinking alcohol is better.

“One cannot say ‘smoke little’, because both alcohol and cigarettes are harmful to health,” he added in the newspaper.

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