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How much do we drink? - Alcohol Action Ireland.
According to the HRB, sustained high-volume drinking above low-risk drinking guidelines may not lead to much intoxication and acute consequences, such as accidents, but can lead to chronic harms such as liver cirrhosis. Acute intoxication or heavy episodic drinking HED, even in a person who does not have a long-standing drinking problem, can result in alcohol poisoning and injuries.
What is Binge Drinking? - Alcohol Action Ireland.
We have the second highest rate of binge drinking in the world, according to the World Health Organisation WHO, and this was confirmed by the Healthy Ireland 2015 survey, which found that drinking to excess is common with almost 4 in 10 39 drinkers engaging in binge drinking on a typical drinking occasion and a quarter of them doing so at least once a week.
Drinking - Wikipedia.
For the drinking of alcohol, see Alcoholic drink. The act of drinking portrayed in statuary-the figure employs a traditional waterskin. Drinking is the act of ingesting water or other liquids into the body through the mouth, proboscis, or elsewhere. Humans drink by swallowing, completed by peristalsis in the esophagus.

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