Match Numbers

Have a go at matching the picture to the number of drinks someone might drink for the consequence to happen!
Some have more than one answer, and there are some situations where adults shouldn’t drink at all – see if you can spot which ones.

Fight

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

fight

  • Sorry! You’re much less likely to get involved in a fight or have an argument if you’ve been drinking.
  • Well Done! If you’re under-age EVEN one or two drinks could make you more likely to have an accident if you’ve been drinking. If adults drink within the daily guidelines (one or two drinks) they are unlikely to get into trouble.
  • Well Done! By far the biggest risk from drinking too much for young people is having an accident or injuring themselves or other people.
  • Well Done! By far the biggest risk from drinking too much for young people is having an accident or injuring themselves or other people.

Driving

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How many drinks can an adult safely drink if they’re driving?

driving

  • Well Done! There are times when you shouldn’t drink at all, which includes when adults plan to drive. It’s best to book a taxi, or arrange for a friend to be the non drinking driver for the evening. Someone can also be over the limit the next morning if they’ve drunk a lot the night before.
  • Sorry! It’s always best not to drink if adults plan to drive as we all break down alcohol at different rates, depending on whether you’ve eaten, are tired, how big you are and many other factors. Any level of drinking slows down your reflexes and reactions.
  • Sorry! You would fail a police breath test, face a driving ban,  a £5000 fine and possible imprisonment. As your reactions and coordination slow down you’re highly likely to crash and risk ruining your life or someone elses.
  • Sorry! You would fail a police breath test, face a driving ban,  a £5000 fine and possible imprisonment. As your reactions and coordination slow down you’re highly likely to crash and risk ruining your life or someone elses.

Criminal Record

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criminal

  • You’re right, but you’re more likely to get into trouble with the police, become violent or cause damage if you’ve drunk too much – it might seem funny at the time, but could have life long consequences.
  • If you’re under-age just one or two drinks can make you behave out of character, get angry or make risky choices – increasing your chances of getting into trouble. Adults drinking at this level should be fine.
  • Well done! Drinking too much can lead to people becoming angry, violent or doing risky things. You’re far more likely to get into trouble with the police if you’ve drunk too much.
  • Well done! Drinking too much can lead to people becoming angry, violent or doing risky things. You’re far more likely to get into trouble with the police if you’ve drunk too much.

Agression / Damage Property

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

damage

  • You’re right, but you’re more likely to get into trouble with the police, become violent or cause damage if you’ve drunk too much – it might seem funny at the time, but could have life long consequences.
  • If you’re under-age just one or two drinks can make you behave out of character, get angry or make risky choices – increasing your chances of getting into trouble. Adults drinking at this level should be fine.
  • Well done! Drinking too much can lead to people becoming angry, violent or doing risky things. You’re far more likely to get into trouble with the police if you’ve drunk too much.
  • Well done! Drinking too much can lead to people becoming angry, violent or doing risky things. You’re far more likely to get into trouble with the police if you’ve drunk too much.

Car Accident

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crash

  • Sorry! You’re much more likely to have a car accident if you’ve been drinking – but there are other risks of course – such as driving too fast, being tired, texting or being on the phone or being distracted by others in the car.
  • Well Done! Your reactions and coordination slow down even after one drink and your confidence grows meaning you might drive a bit faster – so if planning to drive it’s best not to drink at all.
  • Well Done! Drinking this much means you’ll lack judgement, coordination and your reflexes will be slow so you’re at great risk of crashing or causing an accident – not to mention losing your licence or going to prison.
  • Well Done! Drinking this much means you’ll lack judgement, coordination and your reflexes will be slow so you’re at great risk of crashing or causing an accident – not to mention losing your licence or going to prison.

Assault / Get Hurt

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assult

  • Sorry! Of course you could still be assaulted or get hurt if you haven’t been drinking – but you’re much more likely to be sexually assaulted or hurt (hit by a car for example) if you’ve been drinking than if you haven’t.
  • Well Done! you could be assaulted or get hurt even if drinking one or two drinks – by someone who has been drinking more for example. If you’re drunk you’re much more likely to be sexually assaulted or hurt (hit by a car for example)  than if you choose not to drink alcohol or stick to one or two drinks when you’re older.
  • Well Done! If you’re drunk you’re much more likely to be sexually assaulted or hurt (hit by a car for example)  than if you choose not to drink or stick to one or two drinks when you’re older.
  • Well Done! If you’re drunk you’re much more likely to be sexually assaulted or hurt (hit by a car for example)  than if you choose not to drink or stick to one or two drinks when you’re older.

Vulnerable to others

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vulnerable

  • Well Done! You always need to think about why someone’s interested in you, especially if they’re older or want something from you. Never leave anywhere on your own, or accept friend requests from people you don’t know. Drinking can relax your guard and let someone take advantage of you, so always stick with your mates, let someone know where you are and keep your mobile with you with plenty of charge.
  • Well Done!   You always need to think about why someone’s interested in you, especially if they’re older or want something from you. Never leave anywhere on your own, or accept friend requests from people you don’t know. Drinking can relax your guard and let someone take advantage of you, so always stick with your mates, make sure someone always knows where you are and keep your mobile with you with plenty of charge at all times.
  • Well Done! The more you drink, the less aware you’ll be of your surroundings and who you’re hanging round with. You’re more likely to say yes to something you wouldn’t normally agree to and could regret later.  Never leave anywhere on your own, stick with your mates, make sure someone always knows where you are and keep your mobile with you with plenty of charge at all times.
  • Well Done! The more you drink, the less aware you’ll be of your surroundings and who you’re hanging round with. You’re more likely to say yes to something you wouldn’t normally agree to and could regret later.  Never leave anywhere on your own, stick with your mates, make sure someone always knows where you are and keep your mobile with you with plenty of charge at all times.

Go home with stranger / on own

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stranger

  • Sorry! You’re much more likely to go home on your own and take risks that can put you in serious danger if you’re drunk. Whether drinking or not, always stick with your friends, arrange how you’re getting home before you go out, have a fully charged mobile and always let someone else know where you’re going.
  • Sorry! You’re much more likely to go home on your own and take risks that can put you in serious danger if you’re drunk. Whether drinking or not, always stick with your friends, arrange how you’re getting home before you go out, have a fully charged mobile and always let someone else know where you’re going.
  • Well Done! You’re much more likely to go home on your own and take risks that can put you in serious danger if you’re drunk. Whether drinking or not, always stick with your friends, arrange how you’re getting home before you go out, have a fully charged mobile and always let someone else know where you’re going.
  • Well Done! You’re much more likely to go home on your own and take risks that can put you in serious danger if you’re drunk. Whether drinking or not, always stick with your friends, arrange how you’re getting home before you go out, have a fully charged mobile and always let someone else know where you’re going.

Working

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How many drinks can an adult safely drink if they’re working?

working

  • Well Done! In most cases working and alcohol don’t mix, especially if you’re working at heights, with electrical equipment or have a responsible job like teaching, being a policeman or fireman.
  • Sorry!  In most cases working and alcohol don’t mix, especially if you’re working at heights, with electrical equipment or have a responsible job like teaching, being a policeman or fireman.
  • Sorry!  In most cases working and alcohol don’t mix, especially if you’re working at heights, with electrical equipment or have a responsible job like teaching, being a policeman or fireman.
  • Sorry!  In most cases working and alcohol don’t mix, especially if you’re working at heights, with electrical equipment or have a responsible job like teaching, being a policeman or fireman.

Arguments

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argument

  • Sorry! You’re much less likely to get involved in a fight or have an argument if you’ve been drinking.
  • Well Done! If you’re under-age one or two drinks could make you more likely to have an accident if you’ve been drinking. If adults drink within the daily guidelines (one or two drinks) they are unlikely to get into trouble.
  • Well Done! By far the biggest risk from drinking too much for young people is having an accident or injuring themselves or other people.
  • Well Done! By far the biggest risk from drinking too much for young people is having an accident or injuring themselves or other people.

Accident (Broken Leg)

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accident

  • Of course you can still injure yourself without drinking, but the risk increases with each drink drunk – especially if under-age – basically drinking alcohol slows down your reactions and coordination so you’re likely to injure yourself, or someone else.
  • By far the greatest risk for those drinking when under-age is having an accident – harming either themselves or others.  Even one or two drinks affect your coordination and reactions.
  • The more you drink, especially if under-age, the more likely you are to harm yourself or someone else. Basically this is because your reactions, coordination – and judgement are affected as you drink more. What might seem funny at the time could lead to getting into a fight, into trouble with the police or worse.
  • The more you drink, especially if under-age, the more likely you are to harm yourself or someone else. Basically this is because your reactions, coordination – and judgement are affected as you drink more. What might seem funny at the time could lead to getting into a fight, into trouble with the police or worse.

Feeling Confident

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

confident

  • Well Done! You shouldn’t need alcohol to help you feel confident. Stick with your friends and don’t go to a party if it doesn’t feel right, there are lots of other options like the cinema, bowling, going out for a pizza or inviting your mates round instead.
  • Well Done! Some adults say having one or two drinks helps them relax and feel more confident. You shouldn’t need alcohol to feel this way. Stick with your friends and don’t go to a party if it doesn’t feel right, there are lots of other options like the cinema, bowling, going out for a pizza or inviting your mates round instead.
  • You might think getting drunk means you can act big, show off and be more confident than usual. Infact if you’re drinking this much you’re more likely to be slurring your words and your mates will be laughing at you rather than with you. Too much alcohol gives you smelly breath too so not great for attracting a partner.
  • You might think getting drunk means you can act big, show off and be more confident than usual. Infact if you’re drinking this much you’re more likely to be slurring your words and your mates will be laughing at you rather than with you. Too much alcohol gives you smelly breath too so not great for attracting a partner.

Sick / Vomiting

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sick

  • Sorry! Unless you’ve eaten too much or something that could make you sick!
  • Well Done! As a young person even one or two drinks if you haven’t drunk before or drink on an empty tummy, could make you feel sick and unwell.  Adults having one or two drinks should feel fine unless they are on some medications or allergic to alcohol.
  • Well Done!  As a young person four drinks or more will make you sick, especially if you drink on an empty tummy. If you drink six drinks or more you risk passing out and even alcohol poisoning. Very few teenagers – less than one in ten ever drink this much.
  • Well Done!  As a young person four drinks or more will make you sick, especially if you drink on an empty tummy. If you drink six drinks or more you risk passing out and even alcohol poisoning. Very few teenagers – less than one in ten ever drink this much.

Slurring Speech

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

slurring

  • Sorry! Unless you’ve only just woken up, it’s alcohol that makes you talk slowly or walk in a wobbly line as alcohol slows down your reactions and coordination!
  • Sorry! As alcohol slows down your reactions if you drink too much you can’t walk straight, may fall over and slur your speech. Adults would need to drink four or more drinks usually for this to happen.
  • Basically, the more you drink, the more alcohol flows into your bloodstream and brain, where it interferes with brain signals leading to slurred speech, not being able to walk straight and talking loudly for example. Drinking even more can lead to passing out, being sick or worse.
  • Basically, the more you drink, the more alcohol flows into your bloodstream and brain, where it interferes with brain signals leading to slurred speech, not being able to walk straight and talking loudly for example. Drinking even more can lead to passing out, being sick or worse.

Say something you regret

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say-regret

  • Well Done! We all say things we regret when we’re angry, fed up, jealous or hurt – but you’re more likely to say or do worse things if you’ve been drinking.
  • Well Done! We all say things we regret when we’re angry, fed up, jealous or hurt – but you’re more likely to say or do worse things if you drink a lot.
  • When you drink too much, your inhibitions go. that means you don’t think about the consequences of what you say or do at the time. Drinking can make you more emotional, angry, sensitive or jealous for example, so you’re more likely to fly off the handle and say or do something you regret when sober.
  • When you drink too much, your inhibitions go. that means you don’t think about the consequences of what you say or do at the time. Drinking can make you more emotional, angry, sensitive or jealous for example, so you’re more likely to fly off the handle and say or do something you regret when sober.

Robbed

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

robbed

  • Sorry! You’re more likely to have your wits about you and be aware of anyone acting suspiciously if you haven’t been drinking. Always look out for each other and keep mobiles, cash and cards in a zipped pocket or out of view.
  • Well done, as a young person you’ll be less aware and guarded even after one or two drinks. Always look out for each other and keep mobiles, cash and cards in a zipped pocket or out of view
  • As you drink more, your reactions and coordination slows down, your vision can be blurred and you’re not aware of what’s going on around you. You’re far more likely to be a victim of crime if you’ve been drinking – you’re more likely to commit a crime too as you don’t think about what you’re doing and might think it’s funny at the time.
  • As you drink more, your reactions and coordination slows down, your vision can be blurred and you’re not aware of what’s going on around you. You’re far more likely to be a victim of crime if you’ve been drinking – you’re more likely to commit a crime too as you don’t think about what you’re doing and might think it’s funny at the time.

Unplanned Sex

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sex

  • Sorry! You’re much more likely to say yes to something you regret later or be pressured into having sex if you’ve been drinking and your inhibitions go. This might lead to an unplanned pregnancy or an STI.
  • Sorry! You’re much more likely to say yes to something you regret later or be pressured into having sex if you’ve been drinking and your inhibitions go. This might lead to an unplanned pregnancy or an STI.
  • Well Done! You’re more likely to say yes to something you regret later or be pressured into having sex if you’ve been drinking and your inhibitions go. This might lead to an unplanned pregnancy or an STI
  • Well Done! You’re more likely to say yes to something you regret later or be pressured into having sex if you’ve been drinking and your inhibitions go. This might lead to an unplanned pregnancy or an STI

Relax

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relax

  • Well done!  Hanging out with your mates and relaxing is the best  – gaming or going for a pizza, to the movies or bowling/ there are so many ways to unwind!
  • Adults who choose to drink one or two drinks – especially with friends and at meal times, find it relaxing and sociable. There are times when it’s not appropriate such as if planning to drive later, if pregnant or on certain medications though.
  • For adults drinking 4 or more drinks on a regular basis it is not only harmful to health, but will disrupt sleep patterns and can lead to feeling stressed and bad tempered. A god tip is to alternate with water or soft drinks, to eat – and cut down if you want to feel relaxed and healthy.
  • For adults drinking 4 or more drinks on a regular basis it is not only harmful to health, but will disrupt sleep patterns and can lead to feeling stressed and bad tempered. A god tip is to alternate with water or soft drinks, to eat – and cut down if you want to feel relaxed and healthy.

Meal, food and socialising

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

meal-socialising

  • Well Done! Meeting up should always be about catching up with your mates and having a good time.
  • Well Done! Many adults enjoy one or two drinks with meals, with friends or when going out. Drinking at this level in most cases causes no harm and can be relaxing and enjoyable.  Young people are advised to wait until at least age 15 to drink at all as your liver and brain are not fully developed.
  • Sorry! Drinking four or more drinks means things are likely to get out of control and you’re more likely to be slumped in a corner feeling sick than having fun.  Drinking regularly at this level will lead to health problems long term too.
  • Sorry! Drinking four or more drinks means things are likely to get out of control and you’re more likely to be slumped in a corner feeling sick than having fun.  Drinking regularly at this level will lead to health problems long term too.

Make an idiot of yourself

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make-an-idiot

  • Well Done! You can make an idiot of yourself without drinking, but you’re much more likely to do or say stupid things if you have been drinking!
  • It depends how old you are, if underage even one or two drinks will make you act out of character. Most adults will feel relaxed and sociable if they stick to one or two drinks.
  • Well Done! You’re more likely to do or say stupid things if you’ve been drinking as well as get into arguments or say things you regret or can’t even remember the next day. You can bet it’ll shared on social media to remind and embarrass you later too.
  • Well Done! You’re more likely to do or say stupid things if you’ve been drinking as well as get into arguments or say things you regret or can’t even remember the next day. You can bet it’ll shared on social media to remind and embarrass you later too.

Party / good time

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party

  • Well Done!  One if five young adults now don’t drink at all but still have a great time at parties and with their mates. Drinking should only ever be part of the evening rather than the focus of it.
  • Well Done! Many adults enjoy one or two drinks when relaxing with friends or going out – you stay in control and have a great time. Young people are advised to wait until at least age 15 to drink at all though, as your liver and brain are not fully developed.
  • Sorry! You might think having a great time at a party or on a night out is all about getting drunk or drinking too much. When asked, 70% of 16 – 24 year olds say they have a couple of drinks when they go out, but don’t binge drink or get drunk, they just don’t think it’s cool and it’s expensive.
  • Sorry! You might think having a great time at a party or on a night out is all about getting drunk or drinking too much. When asked, 70% of 16 – 24 year olds say they have a couple of drinks when they go out, but don’t binge drink or get drunk, they just don’t think it’s cool and it’s expensive.

If you’re taking medicines

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How many drinks can an adult safely drink…?

medicine

  • It depends what type of medicines, so adults should always check the instructions and with their doctor if it’s OK they plan to drink first.
  • It depends what type of medicines, so adults should always check the instructions and with their doctor if it’s OK they plan to drink first.
  • Combining alcohol and medication – especially at this level is not a good idea. Some medications such as antidepressants react badly with alcohol –  those taking medications should always check the instructions and with a doctor if it’s OK to drink or not.
  • Combining alcohol and medication – especially at this level is not a good idea. Some medications such as antidepressants react badly with alcohol –  those taking medications should always check the instructions and with a doctor if it’s OK to drink or not.

Passing Out

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passingout

  • Sorry! If you drink a lot of alcohol, especially if you drink quickly or on an empty stomach, you can collapse or pass out. This can be a sign of alcohol poisoning and is very dangerous. Always make sure the person is in recovery position and their airways are clear as they risk choking on their vomit. Never leave them alone, get help and make sure they are kept warm.drinks tip – passing out.
  • Sorry! If you drink a lot of alcohol, especially if you drink quickly or on an empty stomach, you can collapse or pass out. This can be a sign of alcohol poisoning and is very dangerous. Always make sure the person is in recovery position and their airways are clear as they risk choking on their vomit. Never leave them alone, get help and make sure they are kept warm.
  • Correct!  If you drink a lot of alcohol, especially if you drink quickly or on an empty stomach, you can collapse or pass out. This can be a sign of alcohol poisoning and is very dangerous. Always make sure the person is in recovery position and their airways are clear as they risk choking on their own vomit. Never leave them alone, get help and make sure they are kept warm.
  • Correct!  If you drink a lot of alcohol, especially if you drink quickly or on an empty stomach, you can collapse or pass out. This can be a sign of alcohol poisoning and is very dangerous. Always make sure the person is in recovery position and their airways are clear as they risk choking on their own vomit. Never leave them alone, get help and make sure they are kept warm.

If someone’s pregnant

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How many drinks can an adult safely drink if they’re pregnant?

pregnant

  • Well Done! Alcohol crosses the placenta directly to the baby so it’s advised not to drink when pregnant.  Drinking heavily when pregnant leads to long term brain and development problems for the child called fetal alcohol syndrome.
  • Sorry! As alcohol crosses the placenta to the baby you’re advised not to drink when pregnant. Drinking heavily when pregnant leads to long term brain and development problems for the child called fetal alcohol syndrome.
  • Sorry! As alcohol crosses the placenta to the baby you’re advised not to drink when pregnant. Drinking heavily when pregnant leads to long term brain and development problems for the child called fetal alcohol syndrome.
  • Sorry! As alcohol crosses the placenta to the baby you’re advised not to drink when pregnant. Drinking heavily when pregnant leads to long term brain and development problems for the child called fetal alcohol syndrome.

Headache / Hangover

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hangover

  • Sorry!  Drinking a lot, especially if you drink quickly, don’t  eat before or while drinking can lead to a thumping headache, feeling thirsty, sick, tired and being  sensitive to noise and bright lights. This is because alcohol is dehydrating and the body loses too much water. Alcohol also irritates the lining of the stomach, which can lead to feeling sick and vomiting.  A hangover can’t be cured, although some people say a strong coffee, a cold shower or fizzy drinks can help. In fact, time is the only answer, allowing the liver to get on with its job, helped along by drinking lots of water and food.
  • Sorry!  Drinking a lot, especially if you drink quickly, don’t  eat before or while drinking can lead to a thumping headache, feeling thirsty, sick, tired and being  sensitive to noise and bright lights. This is because alcohol is dehydrating and the body loses too much water. Alcohol also irritates the lining of the stomach, which can lead to feeling sick and vomiting.  A hangover can’t be cured, although some people say a strong coffee, a cold shower or fizzy drinks can help. In fact, time is the only answer, allowing the liver to get on with its job, helped along by drinking lots of water and food.
  • Well Done!  Drinking a lot, especially if you drink quickly, don’t  eat before or while drinking can lead to a thumping headache, feeling thirsty, sick, tired and being  sensitive to noise and bright lights. This is because alcohol is dehydrating and the body loses too much water. Alcohol also irritates the lining of the stomach, which can lead to feeling sick and vomiting.
  • Well Done!  Drinking a lot, especially if you drink quickly, don’t  eat before or while drinking can lead to a thumping headache, feeling thirsty, sick, tired and being  sensitive to noise and bright lights. This is because alcohol is dehydrating and the body loses too much water. Alcohol also irritates the lining of the stomach, which can lead to feeling sick and vomiting.

Police / Ambulance

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hospital

  • Sorry! You’re much less likely to be involved in an accident or get into trouble with the police if you haven’t been drinking. That’s not to say it can’t or doesn’t happen if you break the law, cause damage or take risks – but drinking makes you take more risks and not think about the consequences until it’s too late.
  • Well done! If you drink when under 18 in a public place, police will take away the alcohol and let your school and parent/carer know. If school catch you drinking, the police could be involved too. You’re asking someone over 18 to break the law too if they buy alcohol on your behalf.
  • Well done! By far the biggest risk if you drink a lot as a teenager is injuring yourself or someone else – having an accident. You’re also more likely to lose your temper and get involved in a fight or cause damage – it might seem funny at the time, but if you have a criminal conviction – try getting a good job, or car insurance – you won’t even be able to travel to the US.
  • Well done! By far the biggest risk if you drink a lot as a teenager is injuring yourself or someone else – having an accident. You’re also more likely to lose your temper and get involved in a fight or cause damage – it might seem funny at the time, but if you have a criminal conviction – try getting a good job, or car insurance – you won’t even be able to travel to the US.

Feeling Happy

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happy

  • Well done! Feeling happy is all keeping active and busy, having a  good relationship with your family and friends – sport, shopping, out for a coffee, going for a walk, there are so many ways of chatting to your mates and feeling good!
  • As an adult one or two drinks in most cases is relaxing and sociable – especially if with friends and with food. Be careful the drinks don’t add up though, as too much alcohol can lead to arguments, fights and relationship problems.
  • For adults drinking 4 or more drinks on a regular basis it is not only harmful to health, but will disrupt sleep patterns and can lead to feeling stressed and bad tempered. A god tip is to alternate with water or soft drinks, to eat – and cut down if you want to feel relaxed and healthy.
  • For adults drinking 4 or more drinks on a regular basis it is not only harmful to health, but will disrupt sleep patterns and can lead to feeling stressed and bad tempered. A god tip is to alternate with water or soft drinks, to eat – and cut down if you want to feel relaxed and healthy.

Laughing

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How many drinks would it take for this to happen?

laughing

  • Well Done! That’s what mates, or watching a film and having a good time is all about
  • Well Done! Many adults enjoy one or two drinks when relaxing with friends or when going out. Drinking at this level in most cases causes no harm. Young people are advised to wait until at least age 15 to drink at all as your liver and brain are not fully developed.
  • Sorry! Drinking four or more drinks means people are more likely to be laughing at you being stupid or slumped in a corner feeling sick.  Drinking regularly at this level will lead to health problems long term too.
  • Sorry! Drinking four or more drinks means people are more likely to be laughing at you being stupid or slumped in a corner feeling sick.  Drinking regularly at this level will lead to health problems long term too.