Alcohol reduction


We have collated a range of materials for you to download or view, all designed to support you in the delivery of alcohol reduction programmes on behalf of OneSmallStep. 

Drink Less App

Drink Less is an easy to use app that allows you to keep track of how much you drink, set goals to drink less, get feedback on whether what you're doing is working and access some unique and fun ways of changing your attitude towards alcohol.

Features and abilities:

  • Keep track of your drinking and see how it changes over time
  • Set goals for the targets that matter to you and feedback on your progerss towards them
  • Complete a daily mood diary to so you can better understand the effects of your hangover
  • Play games designed to strengthen your resolve to drink less alcohol
  • Create plans for dealing with situations when you may be tempted to drink excessively

Drink Less has been created by a team of behavioural scientists at University College London who are continuously researching what techniques help people reduce their consumption of alcohol. By using the app you'll be helping us understand how to help more people drink less.

 

 

 

Alcohol Reduction Downloads

Thumbnail Title Description
PDF file icon Drinkaware facts about alcohol This short booklet will give your patient all the information they need if they're unsure about alcohol consumption
PDF file icon How much should I be drinking If your patient is unsure about how much they should be drinking this document provides all the recommended guidelines here
PDF file icon My drink diary Help your patient keep track of their alcohol intake with their own personal diary, and monitor whether they're sticking to recommended guidelines
PDF file icon What is a unit Is your patient unsure what counts as a unit? This poster will help clear things up by detailing some of the most popular drinks' units, and how to work out units for yourself
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