Heavy Drinking v. Teen Brain The effects of a vodka-soaked night do not simply vanish after a person’s head finally stops throbbing on the following evening. Even after the lingering buzz has finally worn off and the eyes can open in sunlight without burning pain, alcohol is still acting upon the body and brain behind Continue Reading
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Is it really necessary to reach the lowest point before you can begin to turn yourself around? Some people convince themselves they’ll never be able to quit until they reach that point, and even use that as an excuse to put off dealing with their problem. But too often these people haven’t really considered just what it means to hit rock bottom, and the fact that by then it might be too late. For every person that has recovered at that point, there are dozens that just kept on sinking. And there’s absolutely no good reason to go there.
Ways of Preventing Teen Drinking Preventing teen drinking is an incredibly important endeavor, since statistics from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicate that 24 percent of people in that age bracket are drinking alcohol and 15 percent of them are binge drinking. Underage drinking is extremely dangerous for a variety of reasons, Continue Reading