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Transcript of Alcoholism
looks fun ?
But why do people drink too much alcohol?
An estimated 7.5 million people are unaware of the damage their drinking could be causing
5.9 million people ages 12–20 were binge drinkers (16.5 percent of males and 14 percent of females)
Almost one in ten boys and around one in eight girls aged 15 to 16 have unsafe sex after drinking alcohol
This picture shows how drinking too much alcohol can affect your body system.
People gets depressed and uses alcohol to be the solution for their problems. They consider drinking alcohol to be more effective instead of talking to someone and asking for help.
But it depends on the situation. Mostly teenagers are involved because they like to party a lot while adults gets involed when they have family problem
if you think you have a serious drinking problem and are experiencing any of the associated symptoms, you should consult your doctor
This video shows how alcohol took a 17 year old's life in just a snap.
Sources say the party that Aydin attended was held by an 18-year-old girl whose parents were out for the evening. The party was advertised on Facebook and alcohol was provided. Students paid promoters to get into the house party.
Youth who drink are 7.5 times more likely to use other illegal drugs and fifty times more likely to use cocaine than young people who never drink.
39% of all traffic deaths involved alcohol in 2005.
Aydin's parents do not blame anyone for their son's death, but ask that out of it comes a community effort to prevent this from happening to others.
"I think the problem was that at that time," his mother said, "everyone at the party made a mistake." Since other people saw him, others could have helped him, but no one called 9-1-1 until it was too late.