Drinking and Driving



It could happen to anyone. Even to you. You go to a party, meet friends, laugh, and have a whale of a time. Then it is time to go back home. You stumble to your car, get behind the wheel. You tell yourself you are not drunk, just pleasantly high. After all, you have had just a few

How alcohol affects driving?

Many of the functions that we depend on to drive safely are affected when we drink alcohol:

  1. the brain takes longer to receive messages from the eye
  2. processing information becomes more difficult
  3. Instructions to the body’s muscles are delayed resulting in slower reaction times.
  4. You can also experience blurred and double vision, which affects your ability to see things clearly while you are driving. And you’re more likely to take potentially dangerous risks because you can act on urges you normally repress.

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