The proportion of people in the Swiss population, the alcoholic beverages has changed in 25 years. Drink it while less and less people every day for alcohol, but the number of those who get drunk at least Once in the month concerned, increased.
a Little more than 80 percent of the people in Switzerland consume alcohol. The proportion of persons who consume alcohol every day, has halved from 20 percent in 1992 to 11 percent in 2017, virtually. The Federal office for statistics (BFS) writes on the basis of data from the health survey of 2017 on Monday.
increase in pensioners
in 2017, said 15 percent of men and 7 percent of the women to grab a Times per day bottle or glass. In 1992, there were only 30 per cent of men and 12 percent of women. The BFS notes, however, a "jump" in the Transition to retirement: 26% of the over 65-Year-olds drink alcohol every day. This proportion has decreased in the past 25 years, only slightly.
From a chronic risky alcohol consumption is spoken, if a man per day and drinking at least four standard glasses, or a woman at least two glasses. The Definition is based on a recommendation of the world health organization (WHO).
If less people drink daily, to be consumed on certain occasions, larger quantities of alcohol, especially by teenagers and young adults. The proportion of those drinking at least once per month to intoxication, increased from 11 percent in 2007 to 16 percent in 2017.
The statistics also show that young women in these ten years, drinking in the noise, compared with men, a bit far to have caught up. In the case of the 15 - to 24-Year-olds, the proportion of women who drink at least once per month until the noise doubled, from 12 to 24 percent.
For men, the ratio stagnated at 30 percent. Under the noise is a drink for men, the consumption of at least five standard glasses within a few hours understood. In the case of women one speaks of drinking four standard glasses of noise. Binge drinking at least Once in a month is referred to as risk consumption.
The preferences are the handle to the glass and the bottle, depending on the gender and age differently. Beer and spirits are popular primarily in men. Wine, men and women in approximately the same amount like. Under 24-Year-old more beer drinking than wine and more spirits. Alcopops are mainly drunk by young people, while over 75 prefer Old wine clear.
The proportion of Abstainers has changed from 1992 to 2017, barely; it increased by two percentage points to 18 percent. Abstinence is more common in women. Almost every fourth woman (23%) and touched in 2017, not a drop; similarly, 13 percent of men.
10 percent of the population in Switzerland have never been Alcoholic, a drunk, and 8 percent are consumers of the former Alcohol and consumers. For women, the proportion of those who have never taken an alcoholic drink is higher than for men. (sda)
Created: 25.11.2019, 15:25 PM