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False- it is a depressant
Alcohol is a stimulant
100
True- Alcohol effects the brain in many ways
Alcohol use is a significant risk factor for dementia
100
False- this can be very dangerous and even life threatening
Passing out from drinking isn't that big of a deal
100
True- the key is to limit yourself to one drink per hour when you're drinking
The body can process about 8 grams (one unit) of alcohol an hour
100
False- A hangover is dependent on the amount of alcohol not the order of alcohol drank
If you drink liquor before beer you won't get sick
200
True
Alcohol effects everybody differently
200
False
An alcoholic is easy to recognize
200
True
Men are more likely to use alcohol than women
200
False- these beers often contain more toxic chemicals that make the hangover worse
Darker beers are healthier for you
200
True
Alcoholism runs in families
300
False- There is no proof that this works
A cold shower instantly sobers someone up
300
True
Muscles absorb alcohol faster than fat. As a result, people who have more muscles and less body fat have higher alcohol tolerance
300
False- These people can hurt there friends and family
People who drink are only hurting themselves
300
False- caffeine does nothing to process alcohol more quickly
Coffee is a quick fix to a hangover
300
False- Alcohol gets absorbed into your body pretty quickly so the alcohol will still be in your system when you throw
You can throw up to sober up
400
True
Alcohol releases dopamine in the brain
400
True- Antigua and Barbuda are both age 10; some countries have no minimum drinking
Around the world, the minimum legal drinking ages range from 10 to 21 years
400
False- They should be taken to the hospital for alcohol poisoning
Anyone who passes out from drinking should be put to bed to sleep it off
400
True- Alcohol mixed with food takes longer for the body to process and absorb
Eating before you eat is a good idea
400
True- different types of alcohol have different amounts of alcohol in them
You may be consuming more alcohol than you think you are
500
True
Teens who start drinking before the age of 15 are more likely to develop alcohol dependence later on in life
500
False- darker liquors and red wines are more likely to cause a hangover
White or clear liquors are less likely to result in a hangover
500
False- it is processed in the liver
Alcohol is processed in the stomach
500
False- Any amount of alcohol can affect someone's performance behind the wheel
One drink doesn't effect the ability of a person to drive a car
500
True
11% of alcohol that’s consumed in the United States is consumed by people between the ages of 12 and 20






Alcohol: Myth or Fact?

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