ON-LINE SCREENING FOR MENTAL HEALTH
Trace the flow of alcohol through your body and see how it affects your organs and systems. Or use this info to pass your anatomy class…whatever!
Content provided by College Drinking Prevention
Beer, wine, and hard liquor (distilled spirits) all contain alcohol. The following common alcoholic drinks contain equal amounts of alcohol and are often referred to as a drink or a standard drink:
Proof is the amount of alcohol in hard liquor or distilled spirits. The percentage of pure alcohol in the hard liquor is usually one-half the proof. For example, a 100-proof liquor is about 50% pure alcohol. Thus, the higher the proof, the more pure alcohol the hard liquor contains. (content provided by Healthwise )
"Going on a binge" is the term referring to drinking heavily for days at a time.
Definition of Binge drinking - Five or more drinks on the same occasion (i.e., at the same time or within a couple of hours of each other) on at least 1 day in the past 30 days.
For women, more than 3 drinks during a single occasion
For men, more than 4 drinks during a single occasion
Binge drinking is a level of alcohol drinking whereby someone gets drunk periodically and stays drunk for days at a time.. And once they commence drinking heavily, they continue to do so for some period of time. The period of time may vary from over a weekend, on vacation, etc. Binge drinking has been associated with college partying. That may be over Spring break or every weekend, etc.
College students are notorious for binge drinking.
The pattern of higher rates of current alcohol use, binge alcohol use, and heavy alcohol use among full-time college students compared with rates for others aged 18 to 22 has remained consistent since 2002. Content provided by The National Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Rehab Information Help Center
Kansas Department of Revenue Alcohol Beverage Control
Alcohol Beverage Control
915 SW Harrison Street, Room 214
Topeka, KS 66625-3512
Phone: 785/296-7015 Hearing Impaired TTY 785/296-6117
We invite you to explore the COLLEGE RESPONSE ON-LINE SCREENING FOR MENTAL HEALTH. This free screening is available to all ESU students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out, in a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you The screening specifically addresses depression, anxiety, eating disorders and alcohol abuse.
Click on the following link for this option: On-Line Mental Health Screening
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