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Differences Between Buzzed And Tipsy

As is apparent in this generation, alcohol’s business sector is booming. As a matter of fact, research shows that alcohol is a business that is earning approximately 30 billion dollars each year. Most of the companies spend at least 900 million dollars in marketing alcoholic drinks, while telling lies about how alcohol is good for the health.

It cannot be denied that moderate drinking of alcohol can benefit your health. However, too much of it is bad not only physically but also mentally. In fact it is the number one cause of death according to statistics, mostly for men and women between the ages of 15 and 24. This does not only true for those people who abuse the drink, but also for people who die in an alcohol-related incident. For example, drunk drivers that are killed in car crashes are most often not the only fatalities. To add to this, alcohol can increase the probability of a person contacting a chronic disease. This beverage makes it even more likely for a person to acquire heart and liver diseases, for example. This is a sad fact that many of us already have to deal with.

Perhaps getting a drink or two during a night out is not entirely bad. Going for a teenage type of enjoyment would not affect you much worse, for that matter. However, you should at least identify when you are sober, and stop when you think you are no longer in your right mind. Being tipsy is different from being buzzed. These are stages that a drinker passes through when he decides to drink more than average amount of alcohol. To understand further, here are the definitions.

  • Buzzed – This is the first step in absorbing alcohol in your body system. This is the feeling you begin to get when you know that you are not quite sober anymore. Ethanol is the ingredient in alcohol that makes it addictive. Therefore, it can be difficult to stop drinking more alcohol than what you can really take. When you drink too much, you will enter phase 2, which is called being tipsy.

  • Tipsy – When your face is red and you feel warm, relaxed and more confident, then you may be tipsy. It is called as such because they say people who are tipsy have managed to not ‘tip over’ yet. When they do, then they have become fully drunk.

Those are the differences between being buzzed and being tipsy. Remember that the final stage is being drunk, when you can no longer control yourself. You may become excessively emotional and can no longer walk or drive safely.

These are important facts about alcohol and what it can do to you. Hopefully, the United States of America will no longer spend 30 billion dollars on encouraging alcohol use by its people. Like absenteeism, medical expenses, failing health or property damages, the start is in your hands. Do the right thing and start changing yourself, then pass it forward to others.

  • Buzzed – This is the first step in absorbing alcohol in your body system. This is the feeling you begin to get when you know that you are not quite sober anymore. Ethanol is the ingredient in alcohol that makes it addictive. Therefore, it can be difficult to stop drinking more alcohol than what you can really take. When you drink too much, you will enter phase 2, which is called being tipsy.

  • Tipsy – When your face is red and you feel warm, relaxed and more confident, then you may be tipsy. It is called as such because they say people who are tipsy have managed to not ‘tip over’ yet. When they do, then they have become fully drunk.


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