Stay with your pack on a night out
You’re safer on a night out if you stick with your friends.
Going ‘lone wolf’ by wandering off from your mates can lead to trouble.
Drinking alcohol can make us more vulnerable or prone to accidents. The more you drink, the less you’ll be able to spot dangerous situations so you're more likely to do something risky.
As your Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) rises, so does the risk of accidents. Alcohol affects your body’s responses. It slows down your brain which can mean you’re more likely to have an accident.
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