Know your alcohol limit and how much is binge drinking to drink alcohol responsibly.
Drinking has become almost a norm in parties, gatherings and social events here. However, as much as alcohol can be used to liven up the party, it may lead to negative consequences if not consumed responsibly.
Know your limits and the situation you are in before starting to drink. In addition, always consider your safety and that of others too. Read on for more tips on responsible drinking.
For some of us, a party is not a party unless there is booze. While pints of beer or shots of spirits might liven up a party or social event, more does not necessarily mean merrier. Just like other things in life, moderation is key. Drinking can be enjoyable and fun when consumed responsibly and moderately.
Being a responsible drinker means knowing when to drink, how much is too much, planning, and being in control of your drink.
Related: Alcohol and Health — Set Your Drinking Limits
You can have control over what and how much you drink. In addition, there are also ways to reduce the harm from drinking. The important thing is to make safety and health your priority. Here are some tips:
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