Your Weekly Consumption Guidelines

Bookmark this post. Print it and keep it in your wallet. If you’re all about enjoying alcohol but maintaining good health, then read on.

 

From time to time our government puts out guidelines for alcohol consumption – but who wants to go through tables and tables of data? We’ve put together for your a sweet little infographic to summarise the guidelines for you.

 

Weekly Alcohol Consumption Guidelines

Here it is in summary (numbers are inclusive):

Males:

Drink up to 4 drinks per week for low long term risk

Drink up to 6 drinks per week for moderate long term risk

Drink up to 10 drinks per week but cop a high long term risk

 

Drink up to 6 drinks per week for low short term risk

Drink up to 10 drinks per week for moderate short term risk

Drink 11+ drinks per week but cop a high short term risk

 

Females:

Drink up to 2 drinks per week for low long term risk

Drink up to 7 drinks per week for moderate long term risk

Drink up to 10 drinks per week but cop a high long term risk

 

Drink up to 5 drinks per week for low short term risk

Drink up to 10 drinks per week for moderate short term risk

Drink 10+ drinks per week but cop a high short term risk

 

Remember to enjoy alcohol safely! That’s all from QLD Cheers this week.

Cheers!

 

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QLD Cheers is here for Brisbane youths. We're going to be rocking up some great educational information so Brisbane's youth are well in the know about the effects of alcohol - and how to enjoy it safely. But we're also here to learn about the Australian drinking culture - so join in on the discussion, and stay connected with RSS or email subscription. Cheers! View all posts by QLD Cheers

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