Published: 10:00, 27 March 2017 |
There are an estimated 327,000 Kent people drinking at increasing or higher risk levels of alcohol-related problems, and many don’t know that their drinking could be affecting their health.
You don’t have to be drinking alcohol all day every day for it to be an issue, even just a few drinks most nights can soon add up and can increase your risk of developing serious health problems such as cancer and high blood pressure.
Even the smallest of changes can have big impacts on your future health. Why not choose drinks with a lower alcohol content, drink a soft drink in between each alcoholic drink, or swap out the pint glasses for a smaller one?
Wondering where you fit into this? Are you curious about how your drinking could be affecting you?
Finding out your score is the first step in understanding your drinking behaviour and what this means for your health.
Take the Know Your Score Quiz and find out if you’re drinking within the recommended limits or whether you need to cut down.
Not sure how much you’re drinking? The One You Drinks Tracker app can help you keep a tally of what you’re drinking (it even works out how much cash you could have saved by avoiding the booze), along with daily tips and feedback on what effect your drinking is having on your health.
Find out more about the app here
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