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criminal activity etc. The effects of Drinking: The Facts you need to know The Benefits of
Giving Up Improved Health
Improved work performance
Lifestyle Helpful Links
Talk to someone: Alcohol Information Services Contact Numbers
Websites to Visit:
Drinks STATISTICS Hospitalisation
and Disease Harm of being
Underage Mental Well being Accidents and Crime Hospitalisation and Disease
Accidents and Crime
Harm of being underage In 2010-11 alcohol caused an estimated 49,409 hospitalisations in NSW (28,494 among males and 20,915 among females).
More than 3.7 million people in Australia aged 14 years or older were at risk of an alcohol-related disease or injury over their lifetime based on their pattern of drinking in 2010.
Alcohol consumption accounts for 3.2 per cent of the total burden of disease and injury in Australia: 4.9 per cent in males and 1.6 per cent in females. In 2009 the annual cost to the Australian community from alcohol-related harm is estimated to be more than $15 billion Alcohol accounts for 13 per cent of all deaths among 14-17 year olds. It is estimated that one Australian teenager dies and 60 are hospitalised each week from alcohol related causes.
More than 3.7 million people in Australia aged 14 years or older were at risk of an alcohol-related disease or injury over their lifetime based on their pattern of drinking in 2010 (up from 3.5 million in 2007. Mental Well Being Drinking can affect your judgment and behaviour. You may behave irrationally or aggressively when you’re drunk. Memory loss can be a problem during drinking and in the long-term for regular heavy drinkers, drinking less can help prevent this.
There’s a strong link between heavy drinking and depression, and hangovers often make you feel anxious and low. If you already feel anxious or sad, drinking can exaggerate this, so cutting down may generally put you in a better mood. Immediate Benefits Fresher in the morning
Less prone to Lethargy during the day
Improvements in your fitness
Weightloss is a real possibility once quitting alcohol Women and Alcohol Due to the fact that a womens body tissue absorbs alcohol quicker then males, doctors suggest women drink less.
Because of this women are slower to recover from the effects of alcohol, can breach the legal limit of alcohol before driving twice as fast