The effects of alcohol vary depending on a person’s weight, age, and sex. Too much alcohol over a short space of time can lead to serious health problems such as liver cirrhosis or heart disease. It’s common to underestimate how many drinks are too many or risk developing a dependency. The difference between being able to have a drink at dinner and having an addiction is often in the number of drinks consumed.
If you suspect that you might be drinking too much, the question “Am I drinking in ways I regret?” on this interactive tool Do You Have a Drinking Problem? will help you decide the truth of that suspicion and assess what needs to change.
Your answers are confidential and will help get a clear picture of where your drinking habits are healthy or harmful.