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Hangover

Hangover - a bad mood caused by overconsumption of alcohol. The most common symptoms of a hangover include headache, nausea, pessimism, lack of appetite, vomiting, physical weakness, red eyes and dizziness. The main cause of hangovers is acetaldehyde–a toxic substance produced in the liver in the metabolism of alcohol. As many as 80% of people who consume alcohol have had a hangover at least once, and 20% of students have a hangover weekly.

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Progressive effects of alcohol

Blood alcohol content (BAC), also called blood alcohol concentration, blood ethanol concentration, or blood alcohol level is most commonly used as a metric of alcohol intoxication for legal or medical purposes.

Blood alcohol content is usually expressed as a percentage of alcohol (generally in the sense of ethanol) in the blood. For instance, a BAC of 0.10 means that 0.10% (one tenth of one percent) of a person's blood, by volume (usually, but in some countries by mass), is alcohol.

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Drink-driving penalties

You could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine if you’re found guilty of drink-driving.

You could be imprisoned, banned from driving and face a fine if you’re found guilty of drink-driving.

Penalties for different offences

The following penalties may apply if you’re charged and found guilty of a drink-driving offence.

The actual penalty you get is up to the magistrates who hear your case, and depends the circumstances of your offence.

The courts may offer you to take a Drink-Drive Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS) course if you’re banned from driving for 12 or more months.

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