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Many teenagers don't realize the risk of alcohol on their brain. 17% of Queensland school students aged between 12 and 17 years have consumed alcohol in the previous 7 days.1
Alcohol can damage or even destroy cells that make up your hippocampus and frontal cortex.1
This is your frontal cortex. Your hippocampus is in the middle of your brain.
That will affect your memory, anxiety, stress, risk assessing, decision making, problem solving and ability to control impulses. Instead we need to say NO to alcohol!!
There are many ways to say no to alcohol, here are some.
An excuse: I have to go and help my Mum.
The truth: I'm not interested.
The dangers: You're crazy! alcohol is terrible for you and your brain!
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