Fact or Fiction

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Fact or Fiction? How much do you know about alcohol? It's always possible to sleep off a hangover and feel all right the next day FALSE False. Too much alcohol is dehydrating and can lead to headaches, being sick and feeling bad. This can last for a lot longer than just the morning after. Good advice for adults is to eat while or before drinking and to pace with soft drinks to prevent a hangover.  If they have  drunk a lot, they shouldn't drink alcohol for another 48 hours to allow the liv...
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Just a Few Drinks

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Just a few Drinks Here are 4 real life stories from Emily, Alan, Anna and Jordan – they're not actors, they've been brave enough to take part in these films. After you’ve watched the clips have a go at rating the alternative outcomes we’ve put together – are they worse or better? What would you have done differently? You've watched the films, now play the game!
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Personality Quiz

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Who do you think you are? When it comes to knowing ourselves, we all reckon we know who we are. But do we? Being self aware and thinking about whether you are likely to influence friends or be influenced by them could help you, and those around you, to avoid coming to harm. These simple quizzes  are just for fun and are designed to provoke reflection rather than to tell participants ‘who they are.’ See if you agree with the results! Go to Advanced level if you think have good self-awareness,...
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Accessibility statement for Talk About Alcohol We want everyone who visits the Talk About Alcohol website to feel welcome and find the experience rewarding. What are we doing? To help us make the Talk About Alcohol website a positive place for everyone, we've been using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities, and user friendly for everyone. The guidelines have three levels of accessi...
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Help and Support If you're worried about your or someone else's drinking or if you're worried about dependency and alcohol problems, the following sites could help: Adfam Provides information and advice for families of alcohol and drug users. The website has a list of local family support services. Tel: 0207 553 7640 Web: adfam.org.uk Alateen Alateen is for teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics. Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone ...
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