Many people don’t always know how much alcohol they drink and whether their drinking could have any impact on their health.
Alcohol can have an effect on many aspects of health and wellbeing including weight gain, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar levels and quality of sleep. Visit YouTube to video information about alcohol and weigth gain.
Visit the drinkaware website to view the guidance from the Chief Medical Officer about the number of units for men and visit the drinkaware website for more information on the number of units of alcohol a women should be having. The guidance from the Chief Medical Officer state’s that men and women should aim to not exceed 14 units of alcohol a week together with having 3 alcohol-free days that fall within this week too.
If you would like a chat with an adviser to see if our service is what you are looking for please contact us via email: email@example.com.
Please note: that our Healthy Lifestyle Advisors and Practitioners are not clinically trained and offer healthy lifestyle advice and support only.
Useful services and websites
- Visit the NHS website to see how the One You Drink Free Days App can help you change your drinking habits.
- Visit the Telford STaRS website - a service for anyone living in Telford & Wrekin needing support for their alcohol or drug use.
- Visit the Drinkaware website to find out to find out why reducing how much you drink can benefit you physically and mentally.
- Visit the Alcohol Change UK website to find facts, information and interactive tools to check your drinking habits.
For more information on daily health messages and what is going on throughout the borough to improve the health of our residents check out our social pages.
How do I access this service?
Telephone: 01952 382582
Last updated: 05/03/2021 09:49