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Binge drinking is usually defined as consuming more than 6 units of alcohol in a single session for men and women. Not a lot!
Tolerance to alcohol varies from person to person, and the speed of drinking in a session can alter alcohol's effects.
Binge drinking can increase people's risk of accidents resulting in injury, misjudging risky situations and losing self-control.
This 16 page, A6 binge drinking booklet, is for drinkers of any age who have developed a pattern of drinking which is starting to harm their health and have a negative impact on their lives.
This booklet provides information on:
Our resources normally contain a section on the back page for useful information and support details.
If you order a thousand or more of this resource, we will replace this information with your service details and branding. We will also print your logo on the front of the resource.
This webinar will look at how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and other potential causes of trauma can affect an individual's relationship with alcohol and other drugs.
It is relevant for staff and volunteers with specific roles to support substance users as well as youth workers, mental health, criminal justice, housing, homelessness, social care and other workers.