Drinking habits and behaviours
What’s your relationship with alcohol? Are you worried about how much you drink? How often? Are you a binge drinker? Everyone is different but we can help you recognise some key behaviours.
This is a stressful time for many of us. Make sure you’re looking after your mental and physical health during the coronavirus outbreak.
Stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak with facts, information and practical advice about alcohol and your health.
If you’re worried about alcohol and isolation due to coronavirus (COVID-19), or concerned about someone else, we’re here to support you with key information and tips for looking after your mental health.
Many of us will find ourselves staying isolated at home for extended periods of time during the coronavirus outbreak. Try these five simple ideas to help you cut down your drinking while in isolation.
Dr Sarah Jarvis on the impact of drinking in front of our children during the coronavirus lockdown.
View all of our information, advice and support on alcohol during coronavirus.
Drinkaware is here to support you through this unprecedented and often stressful time. Stay safe with the crucial facts, information and practical advice about alcohol and isolation.
Alcohol and coronavirus
Find out more about your drinking habits and what action you can take.
Binge drinking is having over 8 units in a single session for men and over 6 units per women.
If you find it difficult to enjoy yourself or relax without having a drink, it's possible you're dependent on alcohol.
Find out how you can reset your tolerance and drink at less harmful levels.