Make a pledge to take a few days off and you’re more likely to follow it through and reach your goals.
Drink Free Days is for people who like a drink but want some support in tracking and cutting down on the booze. Understand more about your current drinking and risk levels as it common for people to underestimate how much they drink.
Health guidelines recommend we all take at least 3 days off drinking a week, so simply pledge and nominate a specific number of drink free days each week and get practical, daily support to help you stick to it and be more successful in reaching your goals.
Feel healthier, lose weight and save money with the FREE Drink Free Days app today.
• Simple and practical tips to help you control your drinking
• Easy to update and track your Drink Free Days
• Receive reminders when you need it most
• Celebrate milestones when you reach your targets
Download the FREE app now to:
• Save money and lose weight
• Break bad habits and take healthier options
• Help take more control your calorie intake
• Cut down the booze and feel happier, healthier and in control
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I thought I had a drink problem... but...
Prior to getting this app, I thought I had a major drink problem/addiction, but having entered what I drink into the app I was very happy to see I was only just in the yellow (17 units per week) and straight away set myself a goal to get into the green (well initially it was to be T total but I’m not ready for that quite yet).
So I said in my head I would go from two bottles of wine a week to one and now I’m down to one bottle (and an odd whisky) and already I feel like I have much more energy / less sleepy in the evenings by avoiding alcohol and having soft drinks.
What made me get this app was hearing a woman in tv talk about being told she had 10 days to live due to drinking and she gave up instantly and recovered. Being 38 with two kids I didn’t want them to hear me say that so pledged to give up the majority of the drink and hopefully one day give it up completely.
Thank you to the creators, its a brilliant app. The only thing I would like to see is the ability to log the actual drinks I have had, rather than my weekly entries because adding it to the app and seeing the units or calories would make me think again.
Oh and in the two weeks I’ve had this app I’ve already lost weight (1kg)
It actually changed my drinking! And I liked it!
I have thought about cutting back the amount of wine I drink for years but have always been put off by the ridiculous government guidelines of 14 units a week which AFAIK translates into a thimble of wine a day which to someone who enjoys wine amounts to becoming teetotal. This Apps proposition and inherent genius is simply - whatever you drink why not try to have a dry day once a week? I could relate to this and actually am now doing 4 days off a week which for me is amazing. The App reminds you of the hundreds of pounds and calories you are saving which are very satisfying and motivating. I was surprised by how much less wine I needed on my on days to be happy after having a few off days. Simple, effective, life changing!
Really helpful app!
I held off getting this app for months but I wish I’d have got it sooner now I’m doing it. I didn’t really see how it could help but it makes you want to prove you can do what you say you are going to do (or not do!). I pledged 5 drink free days this week and nearly caved tonight when my husband poured me a glass of red. I picked it up and then put it back down as today is a drink free day. My lime and soda and cup of tea were in no way sub-standard and my head already feels less cloudy. I am really pleased with myself and this app
- Public Health England
- 11.8 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Public Health England, 2018
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.