drink to excess

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(do something) to excess

To do or indulge in something too much. I started to lose weight once I stopped regularly eating to excess. I'll go to the pub with you guys, but I'm not drinking to excess tonight—I have to be up early tomorrow.
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drink to excess

To drink alcohol to the point of intoxication. This is an important event for me, honey, so please don't drink to excess and make a fool of yourself.
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drink to excess

Euph. to drink too much alcohol; to drink alcohol continually. Mr. Franklin drinks to excess. Some people drink to excess only at parties.
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Drinking to excess can increase the risk of mouth cancer by four times.
They found that contrary to what many people believe, there is no escaping the consequences of drinking to excess.
According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, the reason why colleges are so reluctant to warn women about drinking to excess, and about how it greatly magnifies their chances of being assaulted - what the publication called a taboo subject - is that women who become drunk and are sexually assaulted may blame themselves.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) said swathes of people are eating a poor diet, not doing enough exercise, and drinking to excess due to stress levels.
Durham University and Students' Union has launched a PS50,000 campaign to help educate students to the dangers of drinking to excess.
Hundreds of students took to the streets of Cardiff on Sunday night for the regular Carnage event Let's just say I'm glad I'm not wasting my life any more like 90% of the people that allow this habit to become so prominent in their lives Ryan Lee Probert Any drinking to excess is not enjoyable or clever.
We're not telling people to stop drinking but we do want people to be aware of the consequences of drinking to excess - and our research shows almost half of young people understand them already.
The figures mean that up to three-quarters of people could be drinking to excess.
It's also a cultural problem in that the British seem unable to attend a sporting event without drinking to excess.
Imraz Hussain had been drinking to excess because his family objected to his relationship with a non-Muslim girl, said Ekwall Tiwana, defending.
Professor Peter Kelly, acting regional director for public health at NHS North East, said: "Christmas, is a time to let your hair down and to treat yourself and there is nothing wrong with that, but eating and drinking to excess is a recipe for disaster.
The influence of friends is the most significant factor, as the likelihood of youths drinking to excess more than doubles if they spend more than two nights a week socialising.
We have known for some time that the North East has a particular problem with drinking to excess, but this shines some extra light on the problem," said Mr Turnbull.
Providing consumers with best evidence about the health implications of drinking to excess is a key factor in helping to reduce the harm alcohol can cause," said Wallace.