The Most Dangerous Side Effect of Binge Drinking

The Most Dangerous Side Effect of Binge Drinking While not everyone who binge drinks suffers from alcoholism, most people who suffer from alcoholism binge drink. This makes addiction the most dangerous side effect of binge drinking because it can cause devastating consequences; anything from a broken family to death can happen. Binge drinking is the practice of consuming large quantities of alcohol in a single session, usually defined as five or more drinks at one time for a man, or four or more drinks at one time for a woman. If you or a loved one binge drinks and think it is harmless fun, it is time to rethink binge drinking as an extremely dangerous and possibly fatal habit. Youth and The Fatal Effect of Binge Drinking Though young people drink less often than adults, they consume more alcohol in the form of binge drinks than adults do. Youth already have a lower level of inhibitions and, when mixed with alcohol, can lead to deadly consequences. About 90% of the alcohol consumed by youth under the age of 21 in the United States is in the form of binge drinks. Alcohol is the most widely used substance of abuse among America’s youth 5.1 million young people reported binge drinking at least once in the past month 1.3 million young people reported binge drinking on 5 or more days over the past month Young people who binge drink run a higher risk of forming an alcohol use disorder than adults. Binge drinking at a young age can lead to other dangerous side effects, such ...
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