From pastures to unsupervised blowouts at home, the social calendars of most teens are full of alcohol. Other drugs rise and fall in popularity from generation to generation, but alcohol never really goes out of style. Alcohol has caused many problems. Today, drinking is the drug of choice by teens and causes most wrecks and deaths today. To understand alcohol people must first know the effects of teen drinking.
Everyday teenagers are faced with many decisions. One of the most important of these is whether or not to join in with the trend of teenage drinking. The decision teenagers make can be crucial to their future well-being and success in life. Teenage drinking has many causes, namely peer pressure, the attitudes of society, parental influence, and addiction.
Peer pressure strongly influences teenagers to drink. During the teenage years it is generally very important for teenagers to feel they are one of the groups and that they fit in and is not different. Teenagers who feel unpopular sometimes drink alcohol to fit in, even though they may not choose to do so otherwise.
Alcohol use among teenagers is a serious problem and is responsible for death and injury in automobile accidents, physical and emotional disability, deterioration of academic performances, aggressive behavior that causes a number of other sociological problems in families and among friends.
It’s time for teenagers to know these effects that is cause by the alcohol they take during their weekend parties. Teens should know what kind of risk that they’re putting on their lives and their future when they drink. They will never know what a great future awaits them if they get wasted every weekend. Alcohol and youth are a dangerous mix.
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