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How to drink less alcohol expert Georgia Foster has said that men In The United States need to be more aware of their drinking habits and the potential consequences

Georgia Foster, a leading how to drink less alcohol expert as seen on TV has launched a campaign to make men around the world aware of the damage that drinking too much alcohol can do. The alcohol reduction expert who has launched a seven-day-program (http://www.georgiafoster.com/7-days-to-drink-less/) that helps men to drink less alcohol and become healthier has said many men don’t understand the effects drinking too much alcohol can have on their body and mind.

In recent years there have been many campaigns trying to make men aware of the damage excessive drinking can have on their bodies and minds but reports have shown that these campaigns are not getting the message out there. Georgia Foster who offers the first day of her seven days to drink less program for free, to allow people to see how powerful the program is, would like to see better campaigns launched to make men more aware.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), men in the United States are more likely than women to drink excessively and more likely to take other risks that when combined with excessive drinking greatly increases their risk of injury or death. 

The CDC offers the following statistics about the drinking levels and habits among men in the United States:

• 58% of adult men have consumed alcohol in the last thirty days

• 23% of adult men report binge drinking five times per month, averaging eight drinks per binge

• Men are two times more likely to binge drink than women

• 4.5% of men met the diagnostic criteria for alcohol dependence in the past year

• Men consistently have higher rates of alcohol-related deaths and hospitalization than women

The Health Alliance Plan of Michigan reports that men are five times more likely than women to have a problem with alcohol abuse and men are more likely to be binge drinkers and alcoholics than women.

Alcohol abuse and alcoholism are different, but both have serious health and social consequences.  Alcohol abuse is an unhealthy pattern of drinking that can lead to alcoholism.  Alcoholism includes a regular dependence on alcohol and is significantly more serious than alcohol abuse because it is chronic, progressive and potentially fatal.

Alcohol abuse and alcoholism both have detrimental effects on men’s health including a higher risk of serious injury or death, increased risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, liver and colon, and increased risk of impotence and infertility.  There are a number of risk factors associated with alcohol abuse and alcoholism that include:

• Being male

• Family history of alcohol abuse, specifically biological parents

• Cultural and social factors

• Mental health problems or a history of mental health issues

• Individuals who have high expectations of themselves or low frustration tolerance may use alcohol to ease their tension and lack of confidence.

• Individuals with psychiatric disorders (i.e. depression, schizophrenia or abuse disorders) may use alcohol to try to reduce the symptoms of the disorder, which could make things worse.

Being able to recognize the symptoms of alcohol abuse and alcoholism is useful in helping people who have problems with alcohol.  Symptoms of alcohol abuse include:

• Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol frequently

• The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has set a limit of two drinks per day for men as the limit to safe drinking.

• Drinking and driving

• Frequent excessive drinking, or binge drinking

• Interpersonal difficulties with family, friends or co-workers

• Legal problems related to drinking

Georgia Foster explained: “It is important to tackle problems with alcohol before it gets to the stage of alcoholism. By learning to drink alcohol sensibly, a man or a woman can still enjoy drinking alcohol without becoming addicted.”

The seven days to drink less alcohol has gained world-wide media attention and comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

The Seven-Day Drink Less Mind Program 

– Over 14 hours of life-changing material, to listen to when suits, throughout seven unforgettable days.

– Fully downloadable audio you can listen to anywhere.

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– Lifetime Access, full access to the program for as long as you need.

To learn more about the seven days to drink less program, please visit http://www.georgiafoster.com/7-days-to-drink-less/

About Georgia Foster

Georgia Foster’s revolutionary hypnotherapy has changed tens of thousands of lives all over the world. Her easy to follow, amazing strategies are specifically designed to shift your thinking and replace old habits with powerful, positive new ones.

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Company Name: 7 Days To Drink Less program

Contact Person: Georgia Foster

Email: Georgia@georgiafoster.com

Phone: +447768 858 828 

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Website: http://www.georgiafoster.com/7-days-to-drink-less/

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Company Name: 7 Days To Drink Less Program – How To Drink Less Alcohol
Contact Person: Gerogia Foster
Email: Georgia@georgiafoster.com
Phone: +447768 858 828
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.georgiafoster.com/7-days-to-drink-less/

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