Reducing the amount of alcohol you drink can help you to sleep better, lose weight and lower your blood pressure - improving your health in both the short and long term.
If you want to cut down on alcohol, there are lots of small practical things you can do to start making changes. For support from a One You Kent advisor fill in our online referral form.
Know your score quiz
Many people don't know how much they drink and how it might be affecting their health, work and relationships. Do you? Take the quiz to discover your score and get advice on ways to cut down.
Learn to limit your drinking
Try to limit your weekly alcohol intake to 14 units, but don’t drink all your units at once.
You should also try to have at least 2 drink free days per week. Spread your drinking out over a few days if you drink as much as 14 units.
Try using Alcohol Change UK's unit calculator to work out how many units you drink.
Apps to help make a difference
There are lots of free apps and tools available to download that can help you improve your health and wellbeing and reach your goals.
The NHS Drink Free Days app helps you change your drinking habits with reminders, tips and advice. Discover the apps that can help you make a difference.
Support with alcohol
If you feel like you have a problem with how much you drink and need help, visit your GP or pharmacist to find out how to access help or treatment. Or find out more about the help and support that is available.