Sunday, 19 April 2015

Get Smashed Pancreatitis. Dangers Of A Big Night.

A short new phrase for pancreatitis is the ‘Get Smashed Version’. This is quite common and seems to be a growing condition across much of the Western World. I myself have done this, however myn was also caused by a total change in diet from a high protein to a high fat diet. Essentially people on long benders drinking alcohol and taking illicit substances are putting themselves at risk of developing this ‘Get Smashed’ ‘Alcoholic ‘ Pancreas inflammation.

Here is a little on my Story. I am now 26 years old and my nights out have become much smaller and less frequent after my bout a couple of years ago. I remember being 18 and going out a couple of times a week, binge drinking, to excess. So much so I struggled to eat the next day & I looked terrible. I felt terrible also. It took me days to recover. This is the mindset of many young kids today in the western developed world, from the USA, Canada, UK, Australia, NZ & other European countries. We need to get the message out that looking after your health is the most importance aspect of ones life. We only get one life and we need to ensure we do our best to look after our organs and our physical health.

      I am to blame for me developing a condition on the back of big nights and a high fat diet while on holidays overseas. I have to take responsibility of this and I do. So much so that I try to make sure it doesn’t happen again. We need to get the message out to the youth of today that a good time can be achieved without taking illicit substances or excessive amounts of alcohol.

This is not a problem for the youth, apart from the youth of today being the victims. It is the responsibility of myself and the older generation now to do more about getting the word out. Changing the image of what’s cool and what’s not cool. If we get a lot of well known movie actors coming out against this then we can make a big difference.

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