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Q Beer Q Wine Q Spirits Q Other Q All Litres of pure alcohol Year Recorded alcohol per capita consumption Data refer to litres of pure alcohol per capita

57513 World Health Organization 2014 57513 World Health Organization 2014 Alcohol per capita 15 consumption in litres of pure alcohol Average 20032005 Average 20082010 Change Recorded 81 65 Unrecorded 24 02 Total 105 67 Total males females 97 39 WH

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Q Beer Q Wine Q Spirits Q Other Q All Litres of pure alcohol Year Recorded alcohol per capita consumption Data refer to litres of pure alcohol per capita






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5 10 15 20 Alcohol per capita (15+) consumption (in litres of pure alcohol) 2010* 2016* Recorded 6.8 7.1 Unrecorded 0.4 0.5 Total** 7.0 7.5 Total males / females 11.6 2.8 12.5 2.8 WHO European Region 11.2 9.8 Three-year averages of recorded and unrecorded for 2009–2011 and 2015–2017; **adjusted for tourist consumption. Italy Population aged 15 years and older (15+): 86% Population in urban areas: 70% Income group (World Bank): High income ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION: LEVELS AND PATTERNS 25% BEER 65% WINE 10% SPIRITS Recorded alcohol per capita (15+) consumption (in litres of pure alcohol) by type of alcoholic beverage, 2016 or latest year available Recorded alcohol per capita (15+) consumption, 1961–2016 Total alcohol per capita (15+) consumption, drinkers only (in litres of pure alcohol), 2016 Litres Males (15+) 16.5 Females (15+) 5.7 Both sexes (15+) 12.0 Abstainers (%) , 2016 Males Females Both sexes Lifetime abstainers (15+) 15.1 38.8 27.4 Former drinkers* (15+) 3.7 6.8 4.8 Abstainers (15+), past 12 months 18.8 45.6 32.2 *Persons who used to drink alcoholic beverages but have not done so in the past 12 Prevalence of heavy episodic drinking* (%), 2016 Population (15+ years) Drinkers only (15+ years) Population (15–19 years) Drinkers only (15–19 years) Males 36.4 44.9 37.1 57.6 Females 8.3 15.2 8.2 22.5 Both sexes 22.1 32.6 23.0 45.4 *Consumed at least 60 grams or more of pure alcohol on at least one occasion in the past 30 Written national policy (adopted/revised) / National action plan Yes (2001/2007) / Yes Excise tax on beer / wine / spirits Yes / No / Yes National legal minimum age for off-premise sales of alcoholic beverages (beer / wine / spirits) 18 / 18 / 18 National legal minimum age for on-premise sales of alcoholic beverages (beer / wine / spirits) 18 / 18 / 18 Restrictions for on-/off-premise sales of alcoholic beverages (any): Hours, days / places, density Yes, No / Yes, No Specic events / intoxicated persons / petrol stations No / Yes / Yes POLICIES AND INTERVENTIONS National maximum legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) when driving a vehicle (general / young / professional), in % 0.05 / 0.00 / 0.00 Legally binding regulations on alcohol advertising / product placement (any) Yes / Yes Legally binding regulations on alcohol sponsorship / sales promotion (any) Yes / Yes Legally required health warning labels on alcohol advertisements / containers (any) No / No National government support for community action (any) Yes National monitoring system(s) (any) Yes Prevalence of alcohol use disorders and alcohol dependence (%), 2016* Alcohol use disorders** Alcohol dependence Males 1.7 0.8 Females 1.0 0.5 Both sexes 1.3 0.6 WHO European Region 8.8 3.7 *12-month prevalence estimates (15+); **including alcohol dependence and harmful use of alcohol. HEALTH CONSEQUENCES: MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY Age-standardized death rates (ASDR) and alcohol-attributable fractions (AAF), 2016 ASDR* AAF (%) AAD** (Number) Liver cirrhosis, males / females 11.1 5.5 67.6 48.7 5 209 Road trafc injuries, males / females 8.1 2.3 23.9 1 019 Cancer, males / females 191.7 120.5 6.1 2.5 7 852 *Per 100 000 population (15+); **alcohol-attributable deaths, both sexes. Years of life lost (YLL) score*, 2016 LEAST  2 3 4 5 � MOST *Based on alcohol-attributable years of life lost. 1960 1965 1975 Litres of pure alcohol 1990 Year 1970 1980 2000 0 1995 1985 2005 2010 2015 Beer Wine Spirits Other All © World Health Organization, 2018