Mindful drinking is a term coined by Rosamund Dean in her book Mindful Drinking: How Cutting Down Can Change Your Life. Dean defines mindful drinking as being aware of why, when, and where we decide to drink alcohol. That can mean making a plan for how much you want to drink before a night out, or recognizing when you're drinking to avoid something rather than drinking to enjoy it. The important thing to note is that mindful drinking doesn't have to mean sobriety.
Whether you're worried about your alcohol use, or just interested in drinking less, mindful drinking can be a great first step. The Reframe app can help you get started down this path by learning about your goals and helping you set limits. You tell us what you want to accomplish, and we give you a customized plan and toolkit to help you accomplish it.
Reframe provides a simple, structured approach to help you drink mindfully. 91% of Reframe users noted a substantial decrease in their alcohol use.
Whether your goal is 30 days without alcohol, or just trying to cut back, Reframe has a customized solution that helps you achieve your personal goals.
The easy way to take a step toward mindful drinking every day.
Stay accountable day-by-day and keep track of your progress over time.
Connect with an active and vibrant community to get to know others on a similar journey.
Use our toolkit to browse guided meditations, quizzes, affirmations and a special mode to help you through cravings.