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Rethink your drink campaign

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Our Rethink Your Drink campaign aims to highlight that it doesn’t matter what or where you drink, anyone who drinks alcohol above the recommended limits could be putting their health at risk.  Your regular drinking could in fact be as risky as binge drinking. 

Check out the videos below to find out why many of us might need to rethink how much we drink.

It’s only wine

Is it a stereotype that ‘risky’ drinking is just something young people do? In this video we see that binge drinking on a big night out can be equally as risky for long-term health as regularly drinking ‘moderate’ amounts at home.  

 

Not even 40

In 'Not even 40' we explore how alcohol can affect your behaviour and self-image.  It can make you say things that ordinarily you wouldn’t dream of saying.  Your drinking behaviour can impact on your relationships, your physical appearance and your long-term health and wellbeing.

 

Our song

'Our song' was written to get parents to think about the very real effects of regularly drinking alcohol to unwind at the end of a stressful or busy day at work.

You may not know it, but your drinking habits could have a massive impact on your own and your children’s future.  If you become unwell because of an alcohol-related health problem your children could end up caring for you and putting their own lives on hold.

Rethink your drink

It doesn’t matter what or where you drink, anyone who drinks alcohol above the recommended limits could be putting their health at risk.

Visit our Alcohol services page for information about where you can access free help and support for alcohol use problems.

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