Fancy cutting down your alcohol intake but don't know where to begin? This may be the book for you!
Are your hangovers getting worse? Is drinking affecting your mood, your health, and your relationships with loved ones? Is it time to think about your drinking habits?
Whether you're determined to do Dry January this New Year, or you simply feel like cutting back your alcohol intake, How To Be A Mindful Drinker is full of tips and tricks to guide you towards more moderate drinking habits, and how to stay on track with your progress.
Knowing where to begin can be challenging, that's why DK has got you covered!
Dive straight in to discover:
-Easy-to-read guidance on a range of subjects designed to give readers a tailored toolkit for changing their drinking behaviour.
-Each chapter is accompanied by a helpful "How I changed my drinking" case study from Club Soda members.
-Features a notes section at the end of each chapter for readers to record their progress and write out their own drinking plan
Did you know that 84% of drinkers are trying to reduce their alcohol intake throughout Europe?
There's also been a global decline in the proportion of frequent wine drinkers in the UK between 2007 - 2017, from 16% down to 11%. Drawing on highly successful behaviour change tools and techniques, How to Be a Mindful Drinker includes tools to help you track your progress, deal with triggers and social stresses, and stay on track for the long term - not just Dry January or Sober for October.
Featuring support strategies for social situations that you can carry into the future, you will be able to take control and discover how to change your drinking habits for good. A must-have volume for those seeking alcohol alternatives; experimenting with self-moderation, or simply wish to adapt to healthy living by mindful drinking.
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 312 g
Dimensions: 198 x 135 x 17 mm
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