1. When it comes to drinking alcohol, how much is too much? How can you avoid drinking amounts that will affect your judgment? When you see a friend having too many drinks at a party, what actions do you normally take? What actions could you take? For a normal male about 3 drinks is about at the okay to drive and able to function and the normal female is about 2 drinks. About anything over these limits is too much...unless you have a designated driver then about 5 or more drinks is too much. Me being a teenager who would never dare to drink I would have to say i guess completely abstain from drinking or drink only one or two glasses very slowly. I would try to distract them away from drinking more and getting keys. If that didn't work I would call my parents because I would rather have my friend mad at me than dead.
2. What are some of the most common negative consequences college students experience as a result of drinking? What are secondhand effects of binge drinking? Why do students tolerate negative behaviors of students who have been drinking? The most common consequences were academic impairment, memory loss, and major and minor injuries. Some secondhand effects of binge drinking are noise disturbance, vandalism, vomiting, and urination. I think the students are able to tolerate it because they could possibly be in the same boat or maybe they just don't care.
3. What physiological effects could you expect to feel after four 12-ounce beers? Would a person of similar weight show greater effects after having four gin and tonics instead of beer? Why or why not? At what point in your life should you start worrying about the long-term effects of alcohol abuse? Most commonly you would have coordination and balance loss, distinct impairment of mental faculties, and judgment loss. A person who had 4 Gin and Tonics would show greater effects like maybe about the equality to having 5 beers or something. Gin and Tonics have more alcohol percentage so there...
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