Question by  shajugeorge (9)

What are the effects of binge drinking?

I am trying to write a speech on binge drinking and need some assistance.


Answer by  Camelia (662)

Binge drinking might lead to alcoholism in a chronic form. Most of the times people start binge drinking because of their entourage, to be cool or to experience the feeling.


Answer by  ohmandy (144)

I have had some problems with binge drinking during my college days. It leads to issues that usually stem from not remembering what happened. I would get embarrassed because I would do rediculous things and make a fool of myself and wake up remembering bits and peices. It can also make you sick and effect performance at work or school.


Answer by  fancbiz (952)

Slowed down thinking,addiction, conflicts with authority,misuse of money and resources,poor judgment of issues and situations,lack of accountability and sometimes dependence on alcohol may break families ties.


Answer by  John (9008)

It can lead to full alcoholism. It is also terrible for your liver and your brain. It also makes you vulnerable to being victimized by a thief or rapist.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

The most damaging of binge drinking comes onto your liver and kidneys, as alcohol is toxic to the body. That and extreme dehyrdation.

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