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17
standard
drinks spread
over a week
Male
men’s low-risk weekly guideline counter
in an average
week you have
0
standard drinks
11
standard
drinks spread
over a week
Female
women’s low-risk weekly guideline counter
in an average
week you have
0
standard drinks
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In an average week on a Saturday evening, you’re looking forward to a night out drinking with your friends. Would this usually be your first alcoholic drink of the week?

Yes
No

What would you have normally drunk during the week?

beer
Pint of beer
-
0
+
wine
Glass of wine
-
0
+
cocktail
Cocktail or mixed drink
-
0
+
shandy
Shandy or spritzer
-
0
+
bottle
Bottle of beer
-
0
+

In an average week on a Saturday evening, you arrive at the pub. What type of drinks would you normally choose to drink?

(You can choose more than one)

beer
Pint of beer
beer
Glass of wine
beer
Cocktail or mixed drink
beer
Shandy or spritzer
beer
Bottle of beer
beer
Water or soft Drinks

How many would you normally drink on average?

beer
Pint of beer
-
0
+
wine
Glass of wine
-
0
+
cocktail
Cocktail or mixed drink
-
0
+
shandy
Shandy or spritzer
-
0
+
beer
Bottle of beer
-
0
+
water
Water or soft Drinks
-
0
+

you’re within your low-risk weekly guideline

you should consider reducing how much alcohol you consume – Regularly drinking too much can cause severe short-term and long-term damage to both your physical and mental health.

Well done for managing your alcohol intake. By not drinking too much on a regular basis, you can avoid severe short-term and long-term damage to both your physical and mental health.

you’re exceeding your low-risk weekly guideline

you should consider reducing how much alcohol you consume – Regularly drinking too much can cause severe short-term and long-term damage to both your physical and mental health.

Did you know by changing a few small habits, you can really make a difference towards a healthier lifestyle, and reduce your risk of long term damage to your health?

in an average week,
you drink x
pint(s) of beer
Why not try
half pints or bottled beer?
in an average week,
you drink x
glass(es) of wine
Why not try
a lower alcohol wine or a spritzer?
in an average week,
you drink x
COCKTAIL(s)/MIXED DRINK(s)
Make sure your
spirits aren’t free-poured and always use a 35.5ml measure
in an average week,
you drink x
shandy(s) or spritzer(s)
Good choice,
now maybe try alternating these with a glass of water
in an average week,
you drink x
bottles(s) of beer
Why not try
a lower-strength or non-alcoholic beer?
you could also try
wine

Just having 1-2 drinks per drinking session

wine

Spreading your drinks over the course of a week

wine

Enjoying two days a week being alcohol-free

wine

Taking your time to savour each drink

what does 11 standard drinks look like?
11 standard drinks in calories
11 standard drinks in exercise
11 standard drinks in potential effects

Drinking alcohol makes you more likely to have:

  • memory loss
  • anxiety
  • blurred vision
  • excessive mood swings
  • headaches
  • sweats and shakes
  • diarrhoea
  • weight gain
  • loss of appetite
  • trouble sleeping
  • bad skin
  • impaired judgment

...and be at higher risk of severe short-term and long-term damage to both your physical and mental health.

what does 17 standard drinks look like?
17 standard drinks in calories
17 standard drinks in exercise
17 standard drinks in potential effects

Drinking alcohol makes you more likely to have:

  • memory loss
  • anxiety
  • blurred vision
  • excessive mood swings
  • headaches
  • sweats and shakes
  • diarrhoea
  • weight gain
  • loss of appetite
  • trouble sleeping
  • bad skin
  • impaired judgment

...and be at higher risk of severe short-term and long-term damage to both your physical and mental health.