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Responsible Alcohol Consumption

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Did you know that 20% of the accidents on the road is due to driving under influence? Drink responsibly whenever you are going out. Remember that you have loved ones waiting for you at home. And if you are alone, just remember that the saying “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” is not true at all. Whatever you’ve done, you have to face the consequences after.

Eat Before a Night Outdrink

Don’t drink alcoholic beverages on an empty stomach. There are some types of alcoholic beverages that are acidic. Too much acid in the stomach causes discomfort. It’s a major rule of drinkers in Amsterdam city pass. Eat something before you drink, so your stomach won’t be filled with just alcohol. There is a higher chance that you will have a hangover the next morning if you drink with an empty stomach.

Know Your Limit

As adults, we should know our limit when it comes to drinking. Anything too much is bad for you. If you know that the 7th shot will bring you to an uncontrollable state, just don’t take the drink. It’s difficult when you have peer pressure, but it’s your body and your choice. Do the right thing always. Don’t get wasted if you still have to drive back home. Be a responsible driver, be a responsible drinker.

Just Take the Shot if You Absolutely Want One

Here’s another lesson about making a choice. Don’t let anyone force you to drink. If you want to drink, go ahead. If you think you had too much or not in the mood to drink, politely decline the offer. Instead of accepting an alcoholic beverage you resent, request for non-alcoholic beverages. Besides, you don’t want to end up within Amsterdam hotels cheap with someone you don’t know simply because you are drunk.

 

Sip Not Gulp

drinkWe have seen those beer gulping moments in the movies. Yes, you have seen it but not necessarily correct to follow it. Whatever alcoholic beverage you drink, drinking slowly or sipping slowly lets you enjoy the pleasure of drinking. This is particularly true for wine, rum, and other strong alcoholic beverages.