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The Guardian

Top 30 Apps of the Week

 

"DrinkCoach looks simple, but it could be a really important app for people looking to cut down on their alcohol intake. It's a way to track the units and calories that you're drinking, set goals for yourself (and get reminders of them), and watch videos that may help you manage alcohol cravings when they come along."

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Mindful Moderate Drinking— How to Drink Less, Enjoy it More, and Reduce the Risks

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How Do I Know If I Have A Problem With My Drinking?

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The Observer

10 Best Health Apps

 

DrinkCoach recommended by Clare Gerada (Chair of NHS E Board for Transforming Primary Care in London and Ex-chair of the Royal College of GPs).

Daily Mail

Revellers warned not to drink too much as Christmas party season reaches its peak

 

"The DrinkCoach mobile app can even send you a text to remind you to take it easy or let you know it’s time to go home, as well as keeping track of your units."

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Sunday Times Style Magazine

Sally's Rescue Remedies

 

"Here's a useful app that counts alcohol units and calories. It is all too easy to say, "Another one won't hurt." This is a graphic reminder that it can. Three large glasses of 13% ABV wine equal 10 units (more than half the recommended maximum weekly allowance of 14) and 555 calories (a quarter of the daily calories to maintain weight) As alcohol affects mood as well as mind, it's wise to pay attention to our intake."

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App of the Week

 

"DrinkCoach, the app that's changing the way we consume alcohol"

Forbes

"Positive Computing": The Next Big Thing In Human-Centered Design? Applications Specifically Designed for Wellness

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Nursing Times

Using online tools to treat alcohol misuse

 

Stigma and difficulty accessing services may prevent people from seeking treatment for alcohol misuse, but digital tools can overcome some of the barriers they experience.

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