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Alcohol can affect mental and physical health, family life and other social relations. High levels of consumption lead to intoxication, with increased risk of injury and accidents.
Public Health Report
On average, Norwegians consume almost 7 litres of pure alcohol per year, with men drinking twice as much as women. Cannabis is the most used illicit drug in Norway.
Prevalence and development of alcohol dependency and other substance use disorders in Norway, as well as risk factors and consequences.
Indicators for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD)
The indicator describes the following: Alcohol related morbidity and mortality.
The indicator describes the following: Total recorded alcohol sales per capita (aged 15+) during one calendar year, in litres of pure alcohol.
The indicator describes the following: The proportion of adolescents and adults who engage in heavy episodic drinking.