At least two alcohol free days a week are advised to allow your body to recover.
What does AFD stand for?
AFD stands for Alcohol Free Day
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It is unlikely there will be any significant change in liver function over a month, but similar campaigns to Dry January that have been run in Australia and New Zealand found that two thirds of those who took part had more alcohol free days than before and just over half report reducing how often they drank alcoholic drinks.
We are likely to be encouraged to have alcohol free days as well.
There were 6,500 alcohol-related deaths in 2006, of which two thirds were men - a 19% rise from 2001 figures One in 10 patients admitted to hospital with alcohol problems are under 18 The NHS spends pounds 217m a year on specialist alcohol treatment According to the NHS Information Centre alcohol was 69% more affordable in 2007 than in 1980 Recommended alcohol consumption is two to three units a day for women, with at least two alcohol free days and three to four units a day for men, with at least two alcohol-free days CAPTION(S): RISK: Prof Bramble advises of dangers
Drink plenty of water to rehydrate and have some alcohol free days.
That works out as 14 and 21 a week and it is also recommended that everyone has two alcohol free days each week.
4 Have several alcohol free days - with a minimum of two a week.
Some tips to help you drink less include: Try drinking non alcoholic or low alcohol drinks Start drinking later in the day Alternate alcoholic drinks with water or soft drinks Try eating when you drink Have at least two alcohol free days each week Do something other than go to the pub Take up a hobby or find new ways to relax If you find it difficult to cut down see your GP for advice.