Alcohol is not body-friendly When you drink, you might feel relaxed, confident, and fun to be around. These pleasurable effects cant make it easy for you to push aside the negative consequences of drinking, such as: clouded thinking impaired motor functions poor judgement memory problems reduced coordination slowed reflexes … and the list goes on…negative effects […]
Practical suggestions for how to talk with a friend about a drinking problem.
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What are alcohol related problems?
We recently tried WearSmith – the world’s smallest breathalyzer – and present you with our detailed review and results of anecdotal testing here.
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A look into the reasons why people overdrink, and where you can go for help if you think you have a problem with binge drinking.
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