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Australian industry loses more than one billion dollars a year because of sickness caused by alcohol Alcohol plays a part in more than 50 of serious crimes in Australia In violent crimes it plays an even bigger part more than 75 of them are linked to alcohol About half of the people killed in road accidents are killed because somebody has drunk to muchEffects of alcohol on human behaviourFrom the above facts it is clear that alcohol has a major impact on the lives of Australians This is particularly more so because it is not illegal and because it is so widely usedThe effects of alcohol on a individuals body vary according to 2 the individuals body size weight health the circumstance in which alcohol is consumed with food in a social gathering with other drugs etc The immediate effects of alcohol on an individual varies but can produce a wide range of effects including 2 General impairment of brain and nervous system functions Impairment of motor movement skills Blurred vision and slurred speech General impairment of senses eg touch sight speech etcChildren and young people are usually more affected by alcohol than adults This is because of their lower body weight and lack of toleranceThe disturbing aspect is that one is not generally aware of these changes Instead the individual thinks heshe is behaving more efficiently than normal In fact performance is much poorer In relation to Topic 4 the change in behaviour in the young man at the party following a number of alcoholic drinks can now be explained As shown above young people are generally more affected by alcohol than adults The loss of inhibitions and aggressive behaviour can by typical changes after alcohol consumption It is not surprising that when shown a video of his behaviour the previous night that he
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