Why Can not Drink Alcohol While Pregnant One in 100 babies born with birth defects caused by maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy, according to a study conducted Queens University in Ontario, Canada. Not only that, the fetus in utero exposed to alcohol can also cause the baby susceptible to various diseases.

 One of them, epilepsy. The researchers, children born of mothers who drank alcohol frequently were more likely to suffer from seizures. Of the 429 pregnant women in this study there were 49 people who have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. Less than 1 percent of participants had talent gave birth to a baby with epilepsy, while 6 percent of babies diagnosed with epilepsy.

The researchers believe that pregnant women who frequently drink alcohol, the fetus in the womb can have impaired brain development. Epilepsy occurs due to abnormal electrical activity in the brain. This leads to seizures and behavioral changes and loss of consciousness.

 Dr. Dan Savage, a neuroscientist at the University of New Mexico, said, "This report is based on fetal growth, which proves alcohol may increase the risk of infant illness experience of epilepsy and other neurological disorders.

 For this reason, pregnant women are advised not to drink alcohol. In addition to increased risk of epilepsy, the fetus in the womb could be a miscarriage, and even if born, the baby could grow into a hyperactive child, and can cause birth defects.