2. Why don’t younger people generally see anything dangerous about consuming alcohol?
WE see our parents drinking, we see it accepted. Don’t considerate a drug. It is glamourized by society.
3. What is binge drinking?
Drinking a large amount of alcohol in a short period of time, or a couple of days.
4. What other countries face problems associated with binge drinking?
UK, and USA
We have similar culture to the USA and UK, similar lifestyle
5. What are some of the reasons young people drink?
They find it attractive due to peer pressure. They say it is a harmless way to have fun.
6. What problems can binge drinking lead to?
Lack of control
7. Explain what happens within your body when alcohol is consumed
A small amount of alcohol travels through the intestines, then it is carried to brain. It will affect you when it travels to the brain.
8. What does BAC stand for?
9. What happens to your liver as it absorbs alcohol?
The liver produces enzymes, these enzymes break up the alcohol. The liver only creates a certain amount of enzymes. When a lot of alcohol has been drunken, the amount of enzymes isn’t enough for the alcohol. The alcohol is left over in the liver.
10. What factors have proven to be myths when it comes to sobering up?
- Cold showers
- Fresh air
11. What is the only factor that will help an individual to sober up?
12. Why do women generally reach a higher BAC faster than males?
Woman have a higher fat content than men. Less water in our body.
13. The short term effects of drinking alcohol include:
Swelling of the liver
Impact on the liver
Affects the central nervous system
Affects the Brain
Changes in behavior
Affects the Heart
14. What behaviours indicate a person is less inhibited