Alcohol Awareness Week 2021: Tips for healthier drinking and happier relationships (pack of 10)

Alcohol Awareness Week 2021: Tips for healthier drinking and happier relationships (pack of 10)

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Order your A4 infographic today with our eight top tips for healthier drinking and happier relationships for this year's Alcohol Awareness Week, taking place 15-21 November 2021. Available in A4 only.

This pack includes 10 infographics in A4 format and is priced at £6 per pack, plus postage and packaging. 

Don't forget to check out our other posters, leaflet, and our cost-effective bundle offer too!

Note: we also provide a set of accompanying free digital resources to help you run your campaign, including fact sheets, social media images and more. Get your free digital resources by signing up here.

Important information on alcohol dependency to share when giving tips for cutting down

Stopping drinking suddenly can be very dangerous, and can even kill you, if you are dependent on alcohol.

If, after a period of drinking, you experience any of the following symptoms, you may be dependent on alcohol and you should NOT suddenly stop drinking completely:

  • seizures (fits)
  • hand tremors (‘the shakes’)
  • sweating
  • seeing things that are not actually real (visual hallucinations)
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • difficulty sleeping (insomnia)

But you can still take control of your drinking. Speak to a GP or support service who will be able to get help for you to reduce your drinking safely.

If you are worried that you can’t or don’t really want to give up alcohol but need to make some changes, talking to your GP or an alcohol practitioner can help you decide what option will be best for you.