ALCOHOL
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DRUGS
EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL
ALCOHOL
100

Does drinking alcohol kill brain cells or affect the brain's function?

It affects the brain's function.

100

What is the legal BAC for people on their learner license? 

 0.00 BAC  

100

What are three legal drugs? 

  • Alcohol 

  • Nicotine 

  • Panadol 

  • Caffeine

  • Tobacco 

100

Does gender affect your blood alcohol level?

Yes, women are more likely to be affected by alcohol consumption than men.

100

On average how many people out of 5 are killed from drink driving?

1 in 5

200

Name at least two strategies you would use to ensure you drink responsibly? 

  • Know your limit.

  • Eat food while you drink.

  • Accept a drink only when you really want one.

  • Skip a drink now and then.

  • Beware of unfamiliar drinks.

  • Sip your drink.

200

What is the legal BAC for people on their probationary license in Victoria?

 0.00 BAC 

200

What is the most commonly used and abused drug? 

Alcohol

200

How many drinks in one setting is considered to be ‘risky drinking’ for a man?

7 Drinks 

200

Why do people have to go to the toilet more often when drinking?

   Goes to the bladder quicker

300

What is binge drinking?

The consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time.

300

Is it legal or illegal to give underage person alcohol at a private party?

It is illegal to give alcohol to people who are under 18 without consent from their parents or guardian. This includes parties held in private homes.

300

What is a depressant?

A substance that slows down the nervous system

300

How many drinks in one setting is considered to be ‘risky drinking’ for a woman? 

5 Drinks 

300

What is the size of 1 standard drink?

100ml

400

What does BAC stand for?

BAC stands for blood alcohol concentration.

400

What is the legal BAC limit to drive after drinking?  

0.05 BAC

400

Are amphetamines stimulant or depressant drugs?

Stimulant

400

What are three short term effects of drinking alcohol? 



      Slurred speech

  • Drowsiness

  • Vomiting 

  • Diarrhea

  • Upset stomach

  • Headaches

  • Breathing difficulties 

  • Distorted vision and hearing 

  • Impaired judgment 

  • Decreased perception and coordination 

  • Unconsciousness 

  • Anemia (loss of red blood cells) 

  • Coma

  • Blackouts

400

What is the name of the chemical in Alcohol?

Ethanol 

500

Is alcohol a depressant or a stimulant?

Depressant 

500

What is the legal age to drink and purchase alcohol in Australia? 

   

18 years of age 

500

What is a stimulant? 


A substance that increases the nervous activity in the body. 

500

What are three long term effects of drinking alcohol? 

  • Unintentional injuries 

  • Intentional injuries 

  • Increased on-the-job injuries and loss of productivity 

  • Increased family problems, broken relationships 

  • Alcohol poisoning 

  • Heart-related diseases 

  • Liver disease 

  • Nerve damage 

  • Sexual problems 

  • Permanent damage to the brain 

  • Vitamin B1 deficiency, which can lead to a disorder characterized by amnesia, apathy and disorientation

  • Malnutrition 

  • Cancer of the mouth and throat

500

Why do some people get angry when they are drunk?

They loose there impulse control. 

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