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...like to know the facts about alcohol?
Use the links below for more information about what we can do to help.
What you need to know about alcohol
For some basic information that everyone should know click
How much is a unit?
See a printable pdf showing how much drink is in a unit here.
Keep a diary of how much you drink in a week and count up all your units using the unit table in the printable pdf here.
How alcohol affects you
When should you be worried about your drinking? What exactly does alcohol do to your body, your mind and your whole lifestyle? For detailed information about the various ways that alcohol can affect the drinker click
Alcohol intake questionnaire
Work out how many units you drink in a week. See a printable pdf here.
Find out how it affects you by clicking
If you keep within the safe levels of alcohol intake, you have a much better chance of avoiding the problems described in the alcohol effects section. Here are the recommended alcohol levels:
Male over 18:
Your safe level of alcohol per week is 21 units.
Your safe level of alcohol per day is 3 units.
Female over 18:
Your safe level of alcohol per week is 14 units.
Your safe level of alcohol per day is 2 units.
If you are under 18 there is no safe level of alcohol. Even a small amount might damage your body a lot.
In an emergency
Find some essential safety information