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Recognising that you may be drinking too much or want to reduce how much you drink is a huge step to change your relationship with alcohol. Here is some advice and steps to help you with this journey.
Many people can be unsure about how much they're drinking, if it’s too much, the impact alcohol can have and whether they should take action.
Cutting back on alcohol can improve your health, mental and physical well-being. There are plenty of practical ways you can start to cut down and stay on track.
Cutting back the amount of alcohol you drink can be challenging. Understanding what makes you want to drink and what you can do to stay motivated is key. Get tips and advice to stay on track.
It’s important that you and those close to you know the dangers that can occur at home or out and about when alcohol’s part of the equation.
Signs that someone you care about is drinking too much can be hard to spot if you don't know what to look out for. As someone close to them, you may be better placed to recognise their change in behaviour.
How to spot the signs, know what to say and what you can do to help.
Our advice, tips, and facts can help you understand the associated risks of underage drinking, why children may drink and how you can have effective conversations about alcohol.