A VISUAL GUIDELINE that outlines common alcohol withdrawal symptoms by day and week.
infographics about alcohol
Going through an alcohol testing procedure? Want to know how long it takes before alcohol leaves your system? Read more about alcohol detection and share the A4 poster @ basic alcohol detection timeline info. More here.
With 1 in 17 Americans abusing alcohol in the U.S., more than 10% of U.S. children live with a parent with alcohol problems. What is the face of a typical alcohol drinker? Learn in this infographic.
Consuming larger quantities of alcoholic drinks, frequently and for a long period of time can cause significant physical and mental changes. More in this infographic.
Excessive drinking costs the U.S. $249 billion a year in lost work productivity, healthcare, and social expenses. More here on these costs compared to alcoholism treatment. Text and graphics to help you make sense of the stats.
The costs attributed to drinking problems add up to ~ $223.5 billion a year. That is $807 for every man, woman, and child in the U.S., or about $2.05 per drink. Learn more about the REAL COSTS of alcohol use in this infographic.
Did you know that the harm alcohol causes in the body can directly influence your brain and your psychological health? We explain more here, and you can learn better from graphically shown data.
An infographic showing what effects the long-term alcohol misuse can have on the brain.on the brain.
Are you aware of the mental and physical health implication that are the result of continuous alcohol misuse? You can learn more by exploring this infographic.
An infographic showing the implications of prolonged alcohol abuse for men and women RE: sex and sexuality. Also, what happens to the fetus when a mother drinks during pregnancy? And how does drinking affect breastfed children? Find out here.