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avoid alcohol

presentation on acohol info
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Austin Zettel

on 28 November 2013

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Transcript of avoid alcohol

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Alcohol is a drug that...
slows down parts of the brain,
makes you feel more relaxed,
and makes it harder to think clearly.
Alcohol is made from fermenting (sometimes distilling)
fruits, vegetables, or grains.

Alcohol itself is a clear liquid. The colour in beer, spritzers, wine, and other alcoholic drinks comes from other ingredients and from the process of fermentation.
Beer is the most consumed alcohol in Canada,
followed by liquor, and wine.
Affect's of alcohol
People may...
> Have blackouts (lose memory)
> Slur speach or have have trouble walking
> Feel sleepy or lose consciousness
> Be more likely to have falls and or other accidents
> Get alcohol poisoning and die
> Have slower reflexes and thinking
> Take more risks and make bad decisions
Mixing alcohol with other drugs can be fatal
Did you know that...
Regular beer contains 75 percent alcohol
Table wine contains about 12 percent alcohol
Fortified wine cotains 16 to 18 percent alcohol
Most liquor contains about 40 percent alcohol
In Ontario the legal age of
drinking is 19.
The cosequences of drunk driving are...
First conviction: License suspended for 1 year plus $600 fine.

Second conviction: License suspended for 3 years plus 14 days in jail.

Third conviction: License suspended for 10 years or for life plus 90 days in jail.

Fourth conviction: No possibility of that person ever having an Ontario driver's license again plus he or she must spend another 90 days in jail.
People who drink heavily for a long period of time have more of a chance of:
> brain and nerve damage
> High blood pressure and strokes
> Liver disease
> Diseases of the stomach, digestive system and pancreas
> Alcohol dependence
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Each year 15000 to 18000 people die as a result of drunk driving.
About 83 percent of teenagers consume alcohol in Canada.
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