Do you know,
- what counts as a drink?
- the signs that alcohol is causing harm?
- how many drinks are in a common container?
- why “being able to hold your liquor” is a concern?
- how much US adults drink – and where you fit?
To find out, visit the Rethinking Drinking webpage, National Institutes of Health
- Do you have a problem controlling how much you drink? Take these Self Tests from the University of Notre Dame Counseling Center.
- Check out “The Drink Wheel.” Intoximaters Inc. has a “Drink Wheel” form that you can fill out that when completed will instantly compute your estimated blood/breath alcohol concentration (“BAC”) or blood alcohol content. This simulates the breath alcohol testing done by an Intoximeter Alco-Sensor IV that is used in Law Enforcement and Workplace Testing.
- The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism includes suggestions on how to cut down on drinking.
- Treatment 4 Addiction is the largest and most frequently updated treatment center directory. The national directory of treatment centers includes the SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) database, as well as many private treatment centers, therapists and addiction professionals. It also provides information on types of treatment, addictions and mental health disorders.