It’s easy to forget that it’s not just ourselves who have to pay the price when we drink too much alcohol – we often do not even realize that we actually negatively affect others as well. But many of us can probably admit that alcohol made us do things we would never do in a sober state. Like pushing others to drink more than they really want or make unwanted approaches.
Learn more from IQ (Sweden, November 2017).
Passive drinking affects many negatively. In a new Sifo-undersökning survey conducted by the IQ, almost 8 out of 10 (79 percent) report that other people’s alcohol consumption affected them negatively. 4 out of 10 respond that their own alcohol consumption negatively affected people in their environment.
Read more about the survey (in Swedish) HERE