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Alcohol Reduction: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor

Find answers to commonly asked questions about too much drinking.

How much drinking is too much?

It is defined as having too many alcoholic drinks in one sitting or over the course of the week.

Alcohol Reduction Facts – How do you reduce your alcohol consumption?

Try and have alcohol free days every week. Also set a drinking goal and don’t have alcohol in your home. The reduction of alcohol consumption may have some great health benefits along with other balanced lifestyle changes.

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Frequently asked questions

How can you reduce alcohol consumption?


Set a goal of having at least 2 alcohol free days a week and also you make sure you stick to a certain amounts of units cosumed a week.




Is Alcoholism genetic?


Genetic makeup only accounts for half of the alcoholic equation. There are many other environmental factors (work, stress, relationships) that may lead to alcoholism.





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