yes it does alchol in the body increases Estrogen levels substantially because the alchol molecule resembles estrogen very similarly and the body does not distunguish
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Only in chronic users will drinking alcohol have an effect on testosterone. It is so insignificant if you have 1-3 drinks, that it's not worth worrying about.
Once you hit that 6+, it will effect you.
I read a study that showed users who drank 6 drinks a night, for 6 weeks, only had an 8.6% decrease in Free testosterone.
Who drinks that much anyways?
Edit: I forgot to mention the psychological effects of alcohol, and it's negative effect on sleep patterns. Lack of sleep is known to mess with hormone levels, especially cortisol, which can inhibit your overall health. Alcohol has a lot of secondary effects that may indirectly effect levels of testosterone and cortisol.
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