The long term effects of alcohol 

We know the short term risks of drinking alcohol, from personal safety and drink driving to hangovers. But, are you as clued up on the long term effects it can have? Let’s find out more. 

Reduce alcohol, improve your fitness

It can feel good to have a few drinks to kick back and relax but did you know that alcohol can impede our performance and enjoyment of exercise?

Cut alcohol, boost weight loss

With a pint of cider containing as many calories as the average chocolate bar, it’s easy to see how alcoholic drinks can get in the way of losing weight. Alcohol affects our bodies in many ways, and impacting our weight is a biggie. 

Why drink less?

Government guidelines recommend we should drink no more than 14 units a week, but why? Alcohol can affect our overall health in all sorts of ways and there are many benefits to drinking less. Let’s take a look at a few. 

Alcohol: myths and misconceptions

Many of us like to relax with a drink but can we separate fact from fiction when it comes to alcohol? Let’s look at a few of the most common myths and misconceptions. 

Is binge drinking all that bad?

Binge drinking involves drinking alcoholic drinks in quick succession and/or drinking to get drunk. Let’s delve deeper and see if it’s really all that bad.