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alcohol only damages the brain in excessive use, not in someone who drinks moderately.
as for your question, that's up to the individual person. for me it's not, but if someone else wants to they can go ahead.
and FYI it's not true brain's aren't able to repair itself, go read about brain plasticity and specifically the book The Brain That Changes Itself.
and stop spreading false information.
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