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ABSTRACT: This study was performed to understand behavior and toxic liver defect in rats in the use of low-alcohol drinks (LAD) and energy drinks (ED). Young rats quickly become accustomed to the LAD, increased tolerance to alcohol. Rats were getting a habit, an intoxicating effect was faster than at the beginning of the LAD using. Were emerged diseases (pneumonia) that more characteristic for more mature animals, was expressed toxic liver defect. All these changes come faster and more pronounced in those animals that drank ED before that. It is necessary to mark that using of a LAD and ED leed to habit and necessity to increase doses of these beverages. Hierarchy of needs were changed, self-preservation instinct was virtually absent, reduced drinking water or food craving.
Ėksperimental'nai͡a i klinicheskai͡a gastroėnterologii͡a = Experimental & clinical gastroenterology 01/2011;