Binge drinking is defined as having 5 or more drinks for men, or 4 or more drinks for women. Other common signs of binge drinking include drinking more than you intended, feeling unable to stop drinking or slow down, and having gaps in your memory while drinking. Most people who binge drink don't have a severe alcohol use disorder, but that doesn't mean there is no risk. If these signs seem familiar, it may be worth examining your relationship with alcohol.
Binge drinking can lead to significant health effects like liver damage, a compromised immune system and even acute pancreatitis. If you worry that you are binge drinking, you may want to start by tracking how much you drink and setting limits. Some people like to do this themselves, and some prefer a partner. At Reframe, we can develop a customized plan to help you stop binge drinking and live the life you've always wanted. Reframe is a non-judgmental space focused on your success. We do science, not stigma.
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