Binge Drinking in Teenagers

Binge Drinking in Teenagers

Binge drinking can result in the loss of memory (known as blackouts), severe nausea, foregoing prior commitments like work or school, and a change in behavior that hardly resembles the person when sober. As an example, binge drinking can often result in confrontation, arguments, and driving while intoxicated. Binge drinking can occur after long periods of sobriety, or every weekend after to relieve stress or tension from work, but is always characterized by heavy alcohol…

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