Welcome to the self help section. You will find lots of useful information relating to alcohol and sensible drinking.
So many people drink alcohol that we can sometimes forget the damage it can do if we drink too much. Read some of our tips to help you drink sensibly.
Find out how the body processes alcohol and the different factors that affect our ability to process it.
Read about how alcohol affects the different parts of our brain including memory, vision, muscle movements, behaviour and more.
Binge drinking - heavy drinking over a short period of time - has some harmful and even life-threatening consequences. Read about the short term and long term risks.
Try some of our simple tips and practical advice to help make your drink last and avoid drinking over the limit.
Read about helping someone to recognise that they have a drink problem and how to seek help and support.
Self monitoring can help to work out exactly how much you’re drinking, identify high risk situations and help you take control of your drinking. Read more and download a self-monitoring form.
On this page you will find a selection of leaflets and booklets on alcohol related subjects such as nutrition, sleep, pregnancy, relapse prevention and looking after others.