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Lowering the drinking age would be bad for eighteen year olds Eighteen year olds are not mature enough to make the decision to drink or not to drink It is also a health risk to them it affects them and they can be punished for drinking and that could ruin their lives The drinking age should not ever be changed to eighteen years old The affect it can have on them is it can mess up their sense of perception their emotions their movements their vision and their hearing It can also make them aggressive which can cause them to get into fights They can get alcohol poisoning from drinking to much and that could also kill them It is also a health risk to eighteen year olds Drinking can cause them to gain so much weight It also can cause them to have problems with their liver their heart and their brain When it affects their liver it makes them really sick and they probably will need a liver transplant or it will shut down on them and could kill them It causes their brain not to function properly which means they cannot function properly at school If the legal drinking age was lowered to eighteen it could cause them to have high blood pressureBy lowering the drinking age to eighteen years old it can cause them to get in a lot of fights Chances are they would wind up being arrested for drinking and driving and other crimes that drinking would cause them to do It could mess up their senior year of high school and could cause them to have a harder time getting into collegeEighteen year olds should not be allowed to drink because they are too young They should be a least twenty-one to drink or older If they are going to drink they do not need to drink and drive they could seriously injure themselves or somebody
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