TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A current examine exhibits that Kansans drink for 3 days in a row on common over the vacations.
In keeping with a examine of three,000 drinkers from Addiction-Treatment.com, the common Kansan drinks for 3 days in a row over the vacations. It stated just a few heat mugs of spiced cider or a nightcap or two every night may add up.
Nonetheless, the examine confirmed that Washington and Idaho drink essentially the most, for a interval of six days at a time. It stated Hawaii, Louisiana, New Hampshire and West Virginia have a extra sober season and solely drink for 2 days in a row.
The examine additionally confirmed that 42% of respondents say they think about consuming at Christmas to be a household custom. It stated an extra 35% stated they present booze to family members over the vacations. It stated 24% of respondents additionally admitted to usually spiking their morning joe with alcohol through the holidays.
The survey additionally confirmed that 16% of respondents stated they’re involved about their family members’ consuming habits these holidays following the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s essential that folks not use the pandemic or the vacations to justify extreme consuming,” stated Brittney Morse, a spokesperson for Habit-Therapy.com and a licensed superior alcohol and drug counselor. “We all know that overindulgence in alcohol can begin the method for dangerous habits and result in unhealthy coping abilities that would finally end in alcohol dependence. Now is a good time to determine new, wholesome traditions that aren’t centered across the consumption of alcohol. This ensures each member of the family, even these in restoration, can benefit from the vacation traditions collectively.”
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