If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact the Military Crisis Line at 988 and press 1, or Text 838255. You can also call 911.

re·spon·si·ble
drink·ing

re·spon·si·ble drink·ing

(noun)

1. Knowing your alcohol limits and sticking to them. Not just legal limits - but personal limits too.
2. Having control over how much alcohol you drink to protect yourself and those around you.

4

HOURS

The amount of time you should stop drinking alcohol before bed to minimize sleep disruptions.

2

Hours

It takes about 2 hours for your body to process the alcohol from one standard drink; you cannot speed up this process, even with coffee.

3

drinks

The number of drinks it takes to make steering difficult while driving. (0.05% BAC)

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