Alcohol Safety

Category - Intoxication

What does having a “high alcohol tolerance” really mean?
  1. Being able to drink a lot without getting intoxicated
  2. Being able to drink higher quantities without showing visible signs of intoxication
  3. Being morally OK with people getting intoxicated
  4. Experiencing both the physical and the emotional effects of alcohol consumption
Answer: B - A person with a high alcohol tolerance is able to consume higher amounts of alcohol without showing the visible signs of intoxication.

Please note that having a high alcohol tolerance does not mean that the person will not get intoxicated. In fact, someone may seem perfectly fine after having several drinks only to leave the bar and get into a car accident. This is why it is so important to monitor the amount someone is drinking, not just whether or not he or she appears to be getting drunk.
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