You tend to be good all week and save it up for the weekend but recently have started to feel like the hangovers aren’t quite worth it. Why not try to shrink your drink, swap the large glass/ bottle of beer for a half measure. Or better still, alternate your alcoholic drinks with a low or 0% option. There are loads of options now and in the right type of glass, no one will be any the wiser. Except you and your head the next morning! Visit Wake Up North Yorkshire for more info. Or download the Club Soda app for tips on the best alcohol alternatives.
You tend have a glass of wine/beer each night, to ease the day’s stresses. But did you know drinking more than 5 nights a week increases your risk of developing cancer? It also affects your mental health, which after the year we've all had, is more important than ever to look after!Try to take a break once in a while, have one week a month where you swap the pinot for a 0% alternative. Now is the best time to do this, there are no social gatherings and places you might usually drink at such as bars and restaurants are closed. So why not take this chance to give your body a break from alcohol. Visit Wake Up North Yorkshire or download Try Dry to see how it can help you plan your break from booze.
A few glasses of your favourite tipple each night never hurt; it’s not as though you binge drink, which you know is bad for you.But did you know that drinking more than 1 medium glass of wine or 1 pint of beer, 6 or more nights a week increases your risk of heart disease?Try to have some drink free days. Being at home all day might mean that you are more likely to reach for a bottle of wine or beer. Taking drink free days can help you to manage your alcohol consumption, you could start by having one or two no alcohol days and then slowly increase it. Visit Wake Up North Yorkshire to find out more. Or download the Drink Free Days app to see how it can help you plan your days off booze.