Increasing numbers of young people are suffering serious mental and physical health problems as a result of alcohol abuse, experts warned. The survey of and year-olds found that more than one in four, 26 per cent, said that they had suffered an accident or injury because of their drinking. More than one in 10, 11 per cent, said that they had had sex while intoxicated which they later regretted. Teenage girls were more likely to binge drink than boys, and 55 per cent admitted that they had had five or more alcoholic drinks at one time in the previous month compared to 52 per cent of boys. Girls of today are 'stressed, drunk and discriminated against', report finds. British girls among heaviest teenage drinkers. Pubs to be forced to serve wine in smaller glasses.
Teenage girls start drinking at 13, new study shows
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Should you let your teenagers drink?
Updated May 23, The headlines state that one in ten teens are binge drinkers and graphic photos of them vomiting in the street paint an unflattering picture of a sub-culture out of control. But, 90 per cent do not drink to excess and it may be 'tough love' by parents keeping the teens on track. A leading Australian drug and alcohol expert, Paul Dillon, says society needs to upend its thinking on youth drinking and congratulate those who don't instead of censuring those who do it to excess.
Researchers found that today's teenagers start drinking an average of two years younger than women who are now in their mid-twenties did, with most admitting that they had drunk alcohol by the age of 13 or Drinking from a younger age leads teenagers to go on to consume alcohol more heavily, the study also found. Doctors warn that changes in drinking habits are leading to a rapid rise in the number of young women with liver problems. They say that they are seeing increasing numbers of women in their 20s and 30s with cirrhosis of the liver, a disease virtually unheard of in that age group a decade ago.