GRAY AREA DRINKING

Millions of Americans fall into the category of Gray Area Drinking. In fact, most people who drink, though not alcoholic, do so in a way that poses risks to their health. 

According to the CDC, heavy drinking for men is typically defined as consuming 15 drinks or more per week and for women, consuming 8 drinks or more per week. 


Risks associated with alcohol consumption include:

  • Weight gain

  • Sleep disorders

  • Development of chronic disease such as cancer, heart disease, and stroke

  • Compromised immune system

  • Increased anxiety and depression

  • Digestive problems

TAKE A BREAK FROM ALCOHOL

Hurley Health offers support for 30, 60, or 90-days as you take a break from alcohol and helps you get started on an alcohol-free lifestyle if that is your ultimate goal.