Even Low Levels of Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk of Accidents

by Savitha C Muppala on  June 22, 2011 at 6:32 PM Lifestyle News
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An exhaustive study into fatal traffic crashes has revealed that even low level of alcohol consumption is unsafe for drivers.

Severe injuries from auto crashes have been caused even with low levels of alcohol intake.
 Even Low Levels of Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk of Accidents
Even Low Levels of Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk of Accidents

Statistics show that accidents were 36.6 percent more severe in cases when alcohol was barely found in the blood.

Even reduced amount of alcohol intake increases risk of accidents because such drivers have a tendency to speed, throw caution to the winds, and choose to not use a seat belt.



Source: Medindia

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