What if it’s a long-term effect?

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What if it’s a long-term effect?

Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) can be used to identify the stage of effects on individual. The table below shows the effects from alcohol consumption according to the BAC. The higher the consumption the harder the recovering gets, as the campaign supporting non-drinkers who are unlikely to get to dead by alcohol.  As a non drinkers always acknowledge the negative effected by drinking alcohol as there are many  activities to replaced drinking alcohol to socialize.



Non- drinkers might have seen many of their friend get affected by negative result on the table above, however, pressure drinking is such a painful experiences apply for non drinkers. I found the article on the Guardian from the experiences of non drinkers said that

“The first question I get is why don’t I drink? It’s funny how people want me to justify, to explain not drinking. The simple act of swapping wine for orange juice provokes strong reactions in people – derision, suspicion, defensiveness, pity. Sometimes I just say I’m driving, or on antibiotics, to avoid the flak”

Source: http://www.dassa.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=122


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