Alcohol Safety Did you know? What is one drink? 12 Ounces of beer. 8 Ounces of malt liquor. 5 Ounces of wine. 1.5 Ounces or a shot of 80 proof liquor What are caffeinated alcoholic beverages (CABs)?
Premixed beverages that combine caffeine, alcohol and other stimulants. The caffeine in these drinks can mask the depressant effects of alcohol. Drinkers who consume alcohol mixed with energy drinks are 3 times more likely to binge drink. Because CABs may have higher alcohol content than beer, some states (e.g., Montana) have classified CABs as liquor, thereby limiting the locations where these beverages can be sold. Types of Drinking
Drinking in moderation is defined as having no more than 1 drink per day for women and no more than 2 drinks per day for men. Binge drinking is defined as a pattern of alcohol consumption that brings the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level to 0.08% or more. For men, heavy drinking is typically defined as consuming an average of more than 2 drinks per day. For women, heavy drinking is typically defined as consuming an average of more than 1 drink per day. Alcoholism VS. Alcohol Abuse
Alcoholism A strong craving for alcohol. Continued use despite repeated physical, psychological, or interpersonal problems. The inability to limit drinking.
Alcohol Abuse Failure to fulfill major responsibilities at work, school, or home. Drinking in dangerous situations, such as drinking while driving or operating machinery. Continued drinking despite ongoing relationship problems that are caused or worsened by drinking. Long-term alcohol abuse can turn into alcohol dependence.
Alcohol affects people differently because of How Do I Know if I am Drunk? Impaired brain function resulting in Poor Judgment Reduced Reaction Time
Loss of Balance and Motor Skills Slurred Speech Dilation of blood vessels causing a feeling of warmth but resulting in rapid loss of body heat. Alcohol affects every organ in the body. Consequences of Underage Drinking Memory problems. Abuse of other drugs. Changes in brain development that may have lifelong effects. Unwanted, unplanned, and unprotected sexual
activity. School problems, such as higher absence and poor or failing grades. Disruption of normal growth and sexual development. References All of the information on this PowerPoint was taken from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website. http://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/faqs.htm
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