Drinking and clubbing doesn’t have to be a dangerous activity, you can still have an active and fun filled life and stay safe all the time, especially if you are doing it into the wee hours of the night. Here are some classic tips that will make sure you have the time of your life while staying safe at the same time.
Drinking when the night is still young
Guzzling too much drink, too early, means you are most likely going to miss out on a night of fun. Don’t be afraid to start the night with some mocktails as you get a feel of the environment and get into the groove. But, if you are really psyched for some drinks, alternate those with plenty of water and soft drinks, and most importantly, don’t forget to have a proper meal before your drinking spree.
Ready to head home?
After a fun night of partying, it’s always advisable to drink lots of water before making any plans to go home. Water helps ‘wake up’ the body and as a bonus, it reduces the chances of a terrible hangover the next morning. Water can also help clear the head thus helping when it comes to making good decisions about calling it a night.
When leaving the club, do so in a pair or with a group of friends. The rule is never to leave anyone behind as something terrible may end up happening to him or her. Again, it’s harder to approach a group than a lone person.
Confirm that a cab is indeed one
Many predators take advantage of students who are as high as a kite and often ask if one is in need of a cab. The problem presents itself when the supposed cab is not a real cab. To stay safe, take cab numbers before heading out then call them when ready to call it a night.
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