Everyone knows drinking alcohol is dangerous, but why alcoholic beverages are dangerous to the driver, not many people notice.
In the drinking table, people often hear familiar words such as “drink a few cups of drunken stars”, “Rest assured, I drink less, and drive well. In fact, even a certain alcohol content is enough to “drive people” and not “drivers” anymore. So how harmful is alcohol to the driver?
Increase excitement, go faster
After drinking and driving, people’s mood tends to be excited and uplifting in emotions that come with courage depending on the amount of alcohol in the body. Now drivers often tend to go faster, more confident, even have their illusions as a true racer or a driver on blockbusters. This is also the main cause of catastrophic accidents behind happy parties.
Although stimulating the excitement of driving, alcohol also reduces their ability to concentrate. At this time, the mind often acts improperly but follows emotions, it is difficult for the driver to control the speed or to go on the right lane, to comply with traffic rules. Depending on the degree of “drunkenness” of the affected driver’s capacity, they can hardly focus on many details and situations on the road that limit the ability to handle situations and lose judgment. Guess the situation which is very important when driving.
The loss of concentration comes from the mind but is also partly influenced by reduced observability after drinking alcohol. Now the driver often has a feeling that everything is fuzzy and cannot even control the eye to focus on a point that leads to hallucinations, sending false signals to the brain. The most obvious manifestation is that you cannot go straight, maintain the right lane so that you often have to re-drive or brake suddenly.
Besides the mind, the influence vision, the driver’s reflex ability is also affected more or less. Not only does it slow down the reaction time of the arms and legs, it also affects the driving direction and speed of the car, but also makes it work in the wrong wing. The most obvious signs are hard to stand, go straight even look at the spoon into the lock. While driving hands and feet is not working properly like the “wrong” of the brain, leading to excessive and most dangerous actions, mistaking the brake pedal with the gas pedal.