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You are more likely to become dehydrated, leaving you feeling unwell. Also, you won’t feel as energetic because of how the alcohol affects your body.
If you’ve had a drink you might post something on social media that you will regret the next day or something that could get you into trouble
Stick with your group of friends rather than heading off anywhere alone as you could get lost or find yourself in trouble and needing help
Alcohol affects your vision, reaction times and overall driving ability. If you drink and drive you will be putting yourself and other road users at risk.
Mixing alcohol with drugs or energy drinks can be dangerous as there’s no way of knowing how they will react with each other and affect you.
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