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Home ? Call the Shots Effects of Alcohol - Health - Relationships - Myths Get Help To fully enjoy this site, you must enable JavaScript Calling the shots starts with you What if you didn't watch out for your friends during a night of drinking? Find out what could go wrong, and how you can prevent it. Personalize the experience Tell us about yourself Please enter your name Please choose a gender Male Female Pick two friends to join you Please enter your name Please choose a gender Male Female Please enter your name Please choose a gender Male Female Experience someone else's night Can't decide who to bring along? You can experience the night through someone else's eyes. We'll fill in the names, you take it from there. Field Guide Site Map Contact FAQ X Getting keys without a fight Waking up without regret avoiding the cuffs not feeling like death talking it out defusing drunken arguments keeping away the creeps preventing more than hangovers Getting keys without a fight Don’t drink and drive. We know, you’ve heard it before. But there’s a good reason that drinking and driving is talked about so much. In the United States, one person is injured in an alcohol-related crash every minute. And someone dies in a drunk-driving crash every 50 minutes1. Tip #1: Take preventive action. You know how it works: your friends have a few drinks and good judgment goes out the window. They get a false sense of ability, thinking they’re not as wasted as they really are. Then it’s difficult to reason with them and get them to make smart choices. Don’t let this happen to your friends: agree beforehand on how they will get home safely. If a decision is made before you go out drinking, there’s a better chance you will stick with that decision. Which brings us to the second tip… Tip #2: Don’t forget the designated driver. It’s estimated that designated drivers have saved many thousands of lives, and spared many more people from suffering injury from drunk driving2. This approach has the added benefit of having someone there who is completely sober with the sole purpose of driving, so you don’t have to worry about snagging the keys from a drunk buddy. Tip #3: If you have to, just take the keys. If your friend insists on driving, go to Plan B. Find their keys while they’re not paying attention and take them away. They’ll be confused and angry at first. But chances are, they’ll think they lost them and will be forced to find another way home. Health effects of alcohol How alcohol affects relationships Myths about alcohol Waking up without regret It seemed like a good idea at the time. Now all those things you did and said that seemed so funny the night before feel so humiliating. You don’t know how you’ll ever show your face again. If your friend has a tendency to get trashed and do things they’re not too proud of in the morning, there are ways you can help. Tip #1: Know what you’re drinking, and how much. Think you only had one or two drinks? One drink is the amount of alcohol your body can process in one hour. That’s equal to about one 12 ounce beer at 4% alcohol, or one 5 ounce glass of wine. But one glass does not necessarily equal one drink: 1 Long Island Iced Tea = 4-5 drinks 1 Cosmopolitan = about 3 drinks 1 Margarita = about 3 drinks 1 Sex on the Beach = about 3 drinks 1 Screwdriver = about 2 drinks16 Tip #2: Encourage them to avoid alcohol if they are angry or depressed. It’s tempting to take a friend out to cheer them up if they’re feeling down. But alcohol only tends to intensify whatever mood you’re feeling. So if your friend is angry or depressed, it’s more likely drinking will cause them to act out in ways that may cause embarrassment or worse. So instead of heading to the bar with your friend, go for a walk, check out a movie or make dinner together. Tip #3: Talk to them when the time is right. Talking to your friends when the time is right (like when they’re hungover the next day) can go a long way. Use specific examples of things they did or said before that they later regretted. Go out of your way to be supportive and non-judgmental. Health effects of alcohol How alcohol affects relationships Myths about alcohol Avoiding the cuffs Hands cuffed, sitting in the back of a police car is no way to end an evening of celebration. But when you’re drinking too much, it can happen fast. Don’t let your friend end up behind bars after a night out on the town. Tip #1: Don’t let them drink and drive. The dreaded DUI: it’s the most common reason people get arrested for drinking. Get one in Pennsylvania and you can count on finding yourself in cuffs—not to mention paying big fines, losing driving privileges and dealing with increased insurance rates. It’s something that could even affect your career. Make sure this doesn’t happen to your friend. Tip #2: Distract them from bad ideas. Alcohol is known to increase aggression and the risk of fighting, and doing other stupid things like committing vandalism. If your friend starts getting into it with someone, or is about to start breaking things, try to distract them with something else. Tell a joke, change the subject or say something to lighten the mood—help them understand it’s not worth it. Tip #3: Make sure your friend knows that "NO" means "NO". Just because someone is drinking and seems less inhibited doesn’t mean that "No" means "Yes" or "Maybe". Be aware that taking advantage of someone who is under the influence can still be considered rape under the law. Health effects of alcohol How alcohol affects relationships Myths about alcohol not feeling like death Your head is pounding, the light hurts your eyes and you feel like you’re going to vomit. We all know what a hangover feels like. And when your friends wake up with hangovers, they’re no fun at all. Worse yet, if you were out with them the night before, they might blame you.The only guaranteed way to prevent a hangover is to avoid alcohol. But there are other ways you can help your friends avoid feeling miserable the morning after. Tip #1: Help them know their limits. Alcohol causes dehydration, lowers blood sugar levels, irritates your stomach lining and has other effects — all of which contribute to hangovers3. About 75% of people who drink to intoxication will have a hangover the next day. But everyone’s limits are different, and each person will be affected by alcohol in different ways. Helping your friends to know their limits and stop drinking when they get there will make for many less sick mornings. Tip #2: Eat something before drinking. Drink water while drinking. Alcohol is absorbed more quickly if your stomach is empty. Eat foods rich in carbohydrates and proteins before consuming alcohol. This will help slow the absorption of alcohol into the blood stream through the stomach (it will not stop it completely or keep you from getting drunk). Drinking one glass of water after each alcoholic drink will help you stay hydrated, and help you drink less alcohol. Find ways to keep tra... Whois

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