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Too much consumption of alchohol in a night can be damaging to the body. In order for you to stay safe, you will have to follow one or all of the precautions highlighted below:
- Get to grips with the low risk alcohol unit guidelines.Two pints of 4% strength beer puts a man over the lower risk unit guidelines. And three 20ml measures of 40% gin will put a woman close to the upper guideline limit.
- Set a spending limit. Allow yourself a set amount to spend on alcohol on an evening out so you don’t drink too much in a short space of time. Our MyDrinkaware can help you track how much you’re spending.
- Don’t drink before you leave home. ‘Pre-loading’ or drinking a lot at the start of the night often means cutting an evening short because you’re too tired – or ill – to stay out. If you are going to drink before going out, limit it to one pub standard measure.
- Eat up. Drinking alcohol on an empty stomach is never a good idea. If you know you are going to be drinking some alcohol, make sure you eat a substantial meal before to avoid any alcohol you do drink going straight to your head.
- Pace yourself. Make sure you drink at your own pace – you won’t win any prizes by keeping up with your mates, you’re more likely to lose out on a great night. Set the example by opting out of rounds and drinking water alongside any alcohol you do drink.
- Plan your journey home. You’re more likely to drink less if you know you’re getting the last bus or train, or have booked a taxi.