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High-Risk Alcohol Behaviors

What are High-Risk Alcohol Behaviors?

  • Drinking when ill
  • Drinking while taking medication
  • Drinking when stressed, tired, or angry
  • Drinking on an empty stomach
  • Drinking quickly or doing consecutive shots
  • Drinking beverages with unknown alcohol quantity
  • Drinking when underage
  • Participating in drinking games
  • Riding in the car with friends who have been drinking


Binge Drinking is defined as consuming 4 or more drinks in a 2 hour period

This can occur when an individual:

  • Drinks too quickly
  • Does consecutive shots
  • Plays drinking games
  • Drinks beverages containing more than 1 standard drink