15% SPECIAL OFFER

Enter the discount code 'EOY-18' at checkout to receive 15% off your order

* Offer valid until 31st March 2019, or until stocks last

BINGE

A NIGHT ON THE TOWN

AN ALCOHOL AWARENESS BOOKLET ABOUT BINGE DRINKING

Size

A6

Pages

16

Price

£0.50 each
Bing Drinking booklet

BINGE


When we talk about Binge drinking we normally mean too much, too quickly - or drinking to get drunk.

Binge drinking is usually defined as consuming more than 6 units of alcohol in a single session for men and women. Not a lot!

Tolerance to alcohol varies from person to person, and the speed of drinking in a session can alter alcohol's effects.

Binge drinking can increase people's risk of accidents resulting in injury, misjudging risky situations and losing self-control.

This 16 page, A6 binge drinking booklet, is for drinkers of any age who have developed a pattern of drinking which is starting to harm their health and have a negative impact on their lives.

This booklet provides information on:

  • pre-loading
  • mixing drugs and alcohol - cocaethylene
  • dealing with aggression and violence
  • identifying risk
  • reducing the harm from alcohol
  • how to cut down
  • where to get help

Other sources of information you may find useful


Binge drinking drug and alcohol resource

Size

A6

Pages

16

Price

£0.50 each


  • All payments are processed by Shopify Secure, and use SSL encryption.
  • During checkout you wil be given the option to pay by card or receive an invoice.

More alcohol publications & resources

BINGE DRINKING

Read more

WOMEN & ALCOHOL

Read more

SIX STEPS TO CHANGING YOUR DRINKING HABITS

Read more

BOOZE

Read more

Alcohol Aware

Read more

Alcohol and A&E

Read more

More substance use resources

ALCOHOL

MEPHEDRONE

CANNABIS

DRUG MIX

COCAINE

KETAMINE

ECSTASY/MDMA

NEW DRUGS


We love you all:
NHS logo
addaction logo
Lancaster university logo
heg logo
public health wales logo
CGL logo

Ask us a question

Substance Create LTD
33/45 Parr St
LIVERPOOL
L1 4JN

  • 0151 345 5490
  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Want to be kept up-to-date?

We will try not to clog up your inbox with spammy emails, but if you want to hear about our new resources and public-health-related campaigns and news, pop your name and email in the boxes below and we will email you our newsletter.
Click to ask us about this resource...