Use this as a rough guide on what will happen after having that number of drinks:
2 drinks – You relax and start to lose your sense of judgement.
3 drinks – Reduced activation in your right inferior frontal cortex helps the inhibitions drain away.
4 drinks – Brain doesn’t pay enough attention to negative feedback; have trouble evaluating risk and reward.
5 drinks – Memory being to power down (i.e. recall fewer details); your amygdala (i.e. brain’s early warning system for danger) is starting to deactivate.
6 drinks – Have problems keeping your balance; become more aggressive than usual; have water retention in frontal lobe, middle cerebellar peduncle and thalamus which result in exaggerated moods and trouble with motor control.
7 drinks – Body starts expelling the toxins (via vomitting).
10 drinks – (For people in northern climates) Can develop hypothermia as the body rapidly loses heat due to blood vessel dilation; memory becomes selective (fragmentary) or totally incapacitated.
12 drinks – Become emotionally numb; reflexes serverly impaired; may urinate uncontrollably.
16 drinks – Don’t know where you are, muscle coordination problems, blurred or double vision and convulsions, may pass out.
18 drinks – Impaired as you would be under surgical anesthesia.
20+ drinks – Lungs can shut down, gaga reflex is suppressed and may choke on vomit; BP is dangerously low; risk coma or death.
– The above was extracted from Men’s Health USA Apr 2013
Conclusion: Don’t over drink.