Drinking under the recommended daily limit can reduce the risk of health problems in the future…
Units are a simple way of expressing the quantity of pure alcohol in a drink. The number of units in a drink is based on the size of the drink as well as its alcohol strength.
You can work out the number of units there are in a drink by using this sum:
Multiply strength (ABV) by volume (ml) and divide by 1,000 to get the units or use this unit calculator.
Many health risks are connected with drinking. People who are:
For more information, visit the NHS choices website.
For more information about how to reduce your units view Derby Alcohol - a website about your relationship about your relationship with alcohol and how it affects you. To get confidential advice on a range of alcohol treatment options, call ADS Derby free on 0800 051 5857 or drop in at:
ADS Derby Alcohol Misuse Service
St Andrew's House
201 London Road
Anyone under 21 years old can get help and support by contacting:
8 Curzon Street
Telephone: 01332 641661