A Lifetime Chart Of Average Alcohol Consumption A Lifetime Chart Of Average Alcohol Consumption
  According to the fact finders over at Washington Post and Bio Med Central, females drink the most at 40 years of age and... A Lifetime Chart Of Average Alcohol Consumption

 

According to the fact finders over at Washington Post and Bio Med Central, females drink the most at 40 years of age and men at 25. I would have assumed there would have been more of a correlation, clearly not!

Would your consumption levels look the same as this chart? If not, comment below!

 

booze intake chart

 

On the other hand alcohol remains, on balance, one of the most dangerous intoxicating substances you can put in your body. A single drink doubles your odds of going to the emergency room. It carries a ridiculously high risk of mortality relative to other drugs. If you have a few drinks and get behind the wheel, your odds of a car crash skyrocket. So these findings will be useful from a public health standpoint.

 

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