Suicide by Alcohol

Alcohol is a powerful chemical that can have a wide range of adverse effects on almost every part of your body, including your brain, bones and heart.

Many people drink a moderate amount of alcohol without harmful consequences, while for others, just one drink can lead down a dangerous path and in need of a alcohol addiction treatment to recover. Alcohol and its associated risks can have both short-term and long-term effects, it may lead to addiction, in some cases a person may even need to find a Drug Addiction Rehab Centre in order to recover.

Problem drinking is not defined only by how often or even how much a person drinks. Instead, it comes down to the effects of alcohol addiction on a person’s life.

If you are a “professional drinker” (problem up to alcoholic), the usual lethal dose (~4.5 alcohol level) is not to name accurate.
The lethal dose for normal weight (~70kg) non-alcoholics (*) is about 300 ml (~10.15 us fl oz) of pure alcohol.
Approximately 4.5ml (~0.152 us fl oz) per kg (2.2lbs) body weight.
For example, one 1l bottle (~33.8 us fl oz) of 40% Vodka contains 400ml (~13.53 us fl oz) of pure alcohol. 1000ml X 0.4 = 400ml.
This is “strong stuff” for “non-trained”, but perhaps swallowable. You can also dilute the alcoholic beverage with juice, soft drinks etc..

*) The WHO once said:
More than 500 ml (~16.9 us fl oz) beer or 250 ml (~8.46 us fl oz) of wine a day (for men!, woman only the half) is an alcohol problem.

   Minimum 4.5ml (0.152 fl oz) per Kg (2.2 lbs) body weight. For example, 4.5ml for a body weight of 70kg.
* Maybe a Suicide Note (gladly also here public in the “Suicide Bulletin” in “Message Board”).
Mention this website is welcome (look at “Media”).

1. Calculate and measure the lethal dose of Alcohol.
2. Maybe place a suicide note, and gladly a reference to this website beside yourself (look at “Media”).
3. Drink the beverages in a short period.

If you live alone, and no one will find you regularly, then use a delayed email delivery (like,
or send a paper letter.