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Myth : That
" Everyone Drinks "
Perception Vs Reality
in the past 30 days...
the perception is
of UI undergrads
What is high
high risk drinking is a pattern of drinking that increases the likelihood of injury or harmful behaviors
What is astandard drink
the majority of UI
undergrads don't engage
in high risk drinking!
one standard drink containsroughly 14 grams of pure alcohol
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permanent brain damageor death
behavior and mood changes, aggression,or lack of restraint
incoordination and slurred speech
less or equal to 8 breaths per minute
suppressed nervous and respiratory systems
no bladder control
clammy, blue-tinged, or pale skin
unconscious and vomiting
the person cannot be roused
Effects from high
Seek immediate medicalattention if you see any ofthe following symptoms...
High Risk Drinking
increases thelikelihoodof engaging in
of males reported similarly
My cup is
to get sex is
of females reported that the alleged perpetrator of sexual violence had been using alcohol and/or drugs
Driving under the influence
of UI undergrads report drinking and driving under the influence
college students between the ages of 18-24 die from alcohol-related injuries, including motor vehicle crashes
and student drinking
1 / 4
college students report academic consequences from drinking
falling behindin class
doing poorly on exams and/or grades overall
For Those Who Choose To Drink -- Suggestions to reduce risk from drinking
University Counseling Service
UI Police Department
Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator
Rape Victim Advocacy Program
24 Hour Crisis Line: 800-228-1625
Collegiate Recovery ProgramEmail: UI-CRP@uiowa.eduvp.studentlife.uiowa.edu
CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank
Crisis Phone/Text: 1-855-325-4296
Local Crisis Line: 319-351-0140
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24 Hour Crisis Line:
Created by UI Alumni Lindsay Godin, MA, MFA.