The legal drinking age should be raised to 21 in Australia because nearly 95% of the population either can't handle their liquor well, or they don't know what the safe daily drinking is for a single session.
Females age 14-19 believe that it is safe to drink up to 6.5 drinks in a single session. Whereas males aged 14-19 think that it's safe to drink up to 8.8 drinks.
Yet nearly all of the teenagers have admitted to drinking up 20 drinks in a single session.
Alcahol causes severe health problems and 18 is when ur still in high scjool
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Alcohol can cause alterations in the structure and function of the developing brain, which continues to mature into a person’s mid 20s, and it may have consequences reaching far beyond adolescence.
Alcohol impacts an adolescent’s brain development in many ways. It affects the central nervous system, cerebral cortex, frontal lobes and the hippocampus.
Because of all this I believe the legal drinking age in Australia should be raised to 21, in order to protect teenagers brain development.
No because young people in Australia when they leave school want to have fun and not letting them drink until they are 21 is just going to increase the amount of underage drinking because everyone for years have been drinking at the age of 8 so there is actually no point.
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I don’t think that the legal drinking age should be
increased from 18 to 21 in Australia.
People in Australia are pretty responsible, and they can handle
themselves well. Also, Australia is a
very popular tourist destination for college students, and increasing the legal
drinking age from 18 to 21 would make the country lose a lot of tourist
I do not believe that the drinking age should be raised, nor that there should be a drinking age. What business does the government have telling people what they should put in their bodies? If parents don't have enough influence over their children's behavior, then their something more seriously wrong than government has the ability to address.