PDH: Getting Drunk
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One glass of alcohol can sometimes be enough to push you over the limit. It just depends on how your body reacts to alcohol, but the more you drink, the more likley you're drunk.
two glasses of alcohol means that you are more likely to be drunk than one. Most people in Australia find that this is near the 0.05 limit.
One Hour Later
Too much drinking may have long-term effects and short-term effects. Some short term effects are; Blurred vision and slurred speech. Some Long term effects may be; Coma or death.
Long Term Implications
Binge drinking can affect the body in many ways. You can become unconscious, have violent vomiting and much more. Remember to be careful with alcohol because it is a drug
Alcohol stays in your body much longer than you think, so driving home drunk is a bad idea and it can have long-term effects and implications.
Some long-term implications of binge drinking are; Hangover, fines, losing your licence, coma's, death and many more.
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