Having a think about how much you drink?

 

A couple of drinks most nights a week may seem harmless. But they could be damaging your health. 

Having more Drink Free Days is a simple way to drink a little less – and feel a whole lot better. Find out how.

Why have Drink Free Days?

How to have more Drink Free Days

Compare your drinking to the rest of the UK

Beyond January: Feel healthier across the year

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What's my drinking doing on the inside?

 

We can't always see the effects of alcohol on the body that build up over time.

But our short videos and handy webpages are here to give you the facts you need to know.

Alcohol and blood pressure

 

Drinking alcohol raises your blood pressure which can lead to heart attacks and strokes

 

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Alcohol and weight

 

Find out how Drink Free Days could help you lose weight and get in shape.

 

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Alcohol and erectile dysfunction

 

Is your drinking affecting your sex life? It's hard to talk about for many of us but the facts are clear. 

 

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Alcohol and the liver

 

The liver is so important but when it has to break down too much alcohol your health is at risk.

 

Learn more

 

 

Get the facts


Regularly exceeding the UK Chief Medical Officers' low risk drinking guidelines of 14 units a week increases your chances of developing short and long-term health problems. 

      

Curious? Keep exploring

 

Apps to track your drinking and more helpful info to support you in cutting back and feeling better.

Important: Get medical advice before you stop drinking if you have physical withdrawal symptoms e.g. shaking, sweating, nausea before you have your first drink of the day. It can be dangerous to stop drinking too quickly without proper support if you are experiencing symptoms of alcohol withdrawal.

 

View the evidence behind the Drink Free Days campaign.

View the evidence behind our health harm videos.

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