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Since you turned 21, what is the longest you've gone without drinking alcohol?

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In the last year, how long have you gone without drinking alcohol?

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When you drink alcohol, how many drinks do you have in a sitting?

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In a normal week, how many days do you drink alcohol?

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What times of day do you drink alcohol?

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What animal do you drink like?
You drink like a Kangaroo rat!

Kangaroo rats live in desert ecosystems and can go 3-5 years without drinking water –– getting most of the water they need through the things they eat. They only come out at night in order to reduce their exposure to sun and heat. You are likely not much of a drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a desert tortoise!

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Desert tortoises live in desert ecosystems and can go 1 year without drinking water. They store water in their bladder and can extract it back out of the bladder when they need to!You are likely a "special occasions" drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a camel!

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Camels live in desert ecosystems and can go 6-7 months without drinking water. Camels do not store water in their humps, because their humps are mostly made of fat. They can go so long without water because they are very efficient at using it. Camels also have well-adapted blood that can handle getting very little water, but they can also hold a lot of water when available.You are likely an occasional drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a rattlesnake!

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Rattlesnakes collect water on their skin by flattening in the mist or dew. Rattlesnakes have other adaptations to prevent losing water, such as their protective skin that doesn't let water evaporate out. Also, they do not urinate! (We know, perhaps TMI.)You are likely a moderate drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a house sparrow!

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House sparrows tend to drink once or twice a day, but can go longer due to their high salt tolerance and a diet of water-heavy foods like berries.You are likely a fairly regular drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a house cat!

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Cats drink about 6% of their body weight a day, which is similar to humans.You may be considered a moderate to heavy drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a dairy cow!

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Cows require a lot of water to make all that milk. They drink a third of their body weight a day.You may be considered a heavy drinker.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.
You drink like a sea sponge!

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Sea sponges drink 20,000 times their body volume a day. Of course, consuming as much alcohol as the sea sponge does water is not humanly possible, but you may be considered a very heavy consumer of alcohol.If you're curious to learn about new ways that people can drink less, check out RiaHealth.com.

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