Binge drinking has different definitions but many would agree that effects, but the problem starts with the causes for it. If the causes could be controlled then the issue would not get out of hand. Many college students give different causes for their drinking problems, and experts on the subject have their explanations as intoxicated they should be considered
Onle that covers thof a national survey states that Adolescents levels of alcohol and drug use have been found to be strongly associated with peers¡¦ use. However, other studies have shown that a student¡¦s drinking was more strongly influenced by how much he or she thought close friends drank than by perceptions of the extent of use by students in general¡¨ (Results 2). This is a statement that I a row in one sitting. A drink is defined as a 12 ounce can or bottle of beer, a wine cooler, a four ounce glass of wine, or a shot of liquor¨ (Rhodes 1). Others believe that men can agree with because growing up I have watched many young people become greatly influenced by their friends. Now a days the phrase peer pressure¨ concentrates on pressure from a direct group of friends rather than a student’s peers as a whole. Another reason the article gives for the cause of Binge Drinking is that ¡§Students who perceive that more drinking occurs than actually does provide themselves with an excuse for drinking more because ¡¥everyone is doing it¡¦¡¨ (Results 2). Everyone knows that most youngsters want what every other kid has, this idea relates in the same If everyone is doing it, then not only does it give the child an excuse to do it, but it also makes the child want to do it more.
Many professionals believe that binge drinking is directly related to the environment that the child is in. One article states that ¡§Binge drinking, or was talking to me about how she was depressed because her father had just been diagnosed with cancer. Later that night she came back to me screaming that she needed more alcohol because she couldn¡¦t cope with her father¡¦s illness. It is my belief that things such depression and insecurity are some of greatest factors that lead to binge drinking. Almost anything can become a cause for binge drinking. There are things that directly lead to drinking problems such as depression but most of the causes for it are just any old excuse. If I had to decide on main causes for binge drinking they would be depression and simple excuses that give students a reason to drink. People that are depressed usually have thoughts of giving up on life, so by drinking they are just easing their pain. Most of the binge drinking that goes on in college is because students feel that they are supposed to drink, its a college tradition in a way. This is why students will use any excuse they can to drink.the partying lifestyle of young people, may be related to an