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High Risk

Drinking at this level increases the risk to your health and wellbeing. You may already be experiencing some of the following:

  • More likely to have accidents
  • Little or no energy
  • Changes in mood
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • High blood pressure
  • Difficulties with your sex life
  • Relying on alcohol to do everyday things

Drinking at this level could also increase your risk of other health issues such as:

  • Problems with your liver
  • Cancers in the breast, mouth or throat

Our advice

Here are some tips for reducing your alcohol intake:

  • Have a few ‘drink-free’ days. Sign up to the ’One You’ drink-free days app
  • Alternate alcoholic drinks with soft drinks or water
  • Avoid drinking in large groups
  • Go out for a walk or plan another physical activity at times you would usually drink
  • Don’t drink on an empty stomach – drink just after or with a meal
  • Limit the amount of time you spend with ‘heavy-drinking’ friends
  • When you do drink, set yourself a limit and stick to it


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