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People in Ireland have the most regret over being drunk globally, new study shows
The Global Drug Survey 2021 shows respondents in Ireland got drunk an average of 14.6 times a year.
898 people in Ireland participated in the Global Drug Survey 2021.
The survey shows respondents in Ireland got drunk an average of 14.6 times a year.
On average, respondents from Ireland felt the most regret over getting drunk this year globally, regretting it 28.4% of the time.
Men in Ireland have less regret over being drunk than women, study suggests
The Global Drugs Survey 2020 found respondents in Ireland were drunk more times in a year than the global average.
What will the impact of 2020 be on drug use? The Global Drugs Survey wants to find out is a partner of the Global Drugs Survey 2021 – you can participate here.
'The cocaine trade is booming': 54% of Irish people who use cocaine want to cut down
Over one quarter of cannabis users in Ireland reported almost daily use, which the report said was “suggestive of dependent use”.
Is alcohol value for money? When did you last use cannabis? Drugs survey to explore 'brave new world'
The Global Drugs Survey 2019 is seeking participants in Ireland to share their experiences.
Of 23,000 who say they took MDMA, 202 ended up in hospital
There has been a steady rise in the number of people seeking medical treatment after taking the drug over the past few years.
Irish recreational drug users reveal cocaine and MDMA use - and talk 'mystery white powders'
Only one-fifth of those who admitted using cannabis do so for ‘medicinal purposes’.
What drugs are in your life? Global Drugs Survey 2015 wants to know is a media partner with an international project to gather judgement-free and confidential information on drug use.