Consume substances cautiously, keeping track of quantities and your body’s responses. Exercise discretion with drugs, especially considering the legal implications of using class-A substances in the Netherlands. Prioritize responsible partying, protecting your hearing with earplugs in environments exceeding 80 dB(A) and obtaining them from the bar if needed. Foster a supportive atmosphere by agreeing on meeting points, respecting individual choices, and looking out for fellow party-goers.
Maintain a balanced approach to partying by pacing yourself with sufficient sleep, hydration, and moderation in the consumption of alcohol and drugs. Plan your day or night in advance, discuss arrangements with friends, and emphasize safety over excess. Take breaks to cool down while dancing and be mindful of your physical well-being.
In case of any issues, don’t hesitate to seek assistance from first-aid teams, ensuring honesty about substances taken for effective support.
Remember that seeking help from first aid does not entail legal consequences, and confidentiality is maintained. Treat first-aid teams with respect and trust their professional opinions.
When it comes to transportation, never drink, drug, and drive. Overestimating your abilities under the influence poses serious legal and safety risks. Plan a safe trip home in advance, appoint a designated driver, or utilize alternative transportation options such as Ubers, taxis, or public transport. Consider fatigue when driving, as sleep is the only effective remedy. Prioritize your safety and that of others on the road by making responsible decisions.