Drinking alcohol beyond low-risk levels can seriously affect many different areas of your health and wellbeing, even if you never become addicted to alcohol.
This brief guide is easy to understand and provides a way to assess your own drinking patterns, so you can get a better idea of your risk level.
If you then decide you want to change your alcohol consumption to a lower-risk level, the guide has
some steps, tips and a “standard drinks” tracker to help you do that over four weeks.
You may find this guide helpful by using it on your own. You can also use it with the guidance of a healthcare professional.
Keep in mind that this guide is only a self-help
resource. It is not a tool for identifying medical problems, nor is it intended to replace treatment for medical disorders.
If you ever feel that you need more help than this guide offers, don’t hesitate to reach out for support from your healthcare provider