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    I'm in my first year of uni and I'd say I go out and get drunk at least twice a week.
    This week I've been out 3 times and got properly drunk twice and tipsy the other time. Is this likely to have any long term impact on my health? I'm actually starting to worry
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    Read this for a start: http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/studenthe...landdrugs.aspx

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    you're probably drinking more than you should if you're getting drunk 2-3 times a week, obviously that is going to have some long term health impacts but it's all a case of increasing your risk really, so it's up to you whetehr the increased risk of health problems is worth drinking, if it's not then try and cut down
 
 
 
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