e-prevention and risk reduction in festive environments
Know more, risk less
Jogging, dancing, having a shower, urinating, drinking coffee… do not help you sober up faster! Only time does.
At low dose
At higher dose
Loss of sense of time and space
Loss of balance
Behavioral and speech disorders…
But it’s also about
Memory loss / Blackout
Above 2 standard glasses per day for women and 3 standard glasses per day for men on average, you increase your risk of cancer, cardiovascular and nervous system diseases and liver cirrhosis. Alcohol can lead to loss of self-control (violence, traffic accidents, sexual risks) and can cause drowsiness, gastric disorders, vomiting and alcohol coma. Repeated drunkenness and chronic alcohol consumption may become dangerous and quickly turn into a state of dependency. Awareness, help and change in behavior can, in some cases, help avoid the transition to dependency.
GOOD TO KNOW
With homemade doses, the legal blood alcohol limit for driving will be reached faster than you might think
Alcohol coma is an acute alcohol poisoning that results in unconsciousness. This happens when blood alcohol level is very high, i.e. when someone drinks too much and/or too fast. The risk is even higher on an empty stomach. It occurs at blood alcohol levels that vary from person to person.
An alcohol coma may be fatal if people around you do not react correctly.