Your answers suggest you are at a lower risk of being dependent on alcohol.
If you are drinking less than 14 units of alcohol per week, then your drinking is within the UK Chief Medical Officers' low risk drinking guidelines.
But if you are drinking regularly at or above the low risk guidelines of 14 units a week, or, you are drinking six or more units - if you are female - or eight or more units - if you are male - in one single session (binge drinking), please consider the increased serious risks to your health being caused by your current drinking pattern.
Your answers suggest you are at an increasing risk of being dependent on alcohol.
Your drinking is dangerous to your health, increasing your risk of serious health problems including seven types of cancer, liver and heart disease, and high blood pressure. Unless you cut down you are at risk of damaging your health.
Your answers suggest you are at Higher Risk of being dependent on alcohol.
Your drinking is dangerous to your health. You are drinking far more than the UK Chief Medical Officers' low risk drinking guidelines of 14 units a week. Regularly drinking this much causes a range of serious health harms including seven types of cancer, liver disease and high blood pressure.
Your answers suggest you are at High Risk of being dependent on alcohol.
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