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Daybreak - Drink less
Daybreak aims to help users control their drinking habits in order to cut back or quick completely. The app asks users to set goals and allows you to track your progress with weekly check-ins. The app also recommends activities and provides custom notifications. The Daybreak program is free and funded for Australian citizens by the Australian Government Department of Health.
Drinks Meter offers anonymous feedback on alcohol use compared to thousands of people's drinking habits. The app can track the user's drinking in terms of cost; calories and units; including weekly financial spend and units consumed. The app then compares this information to an anonymous database to evaluate the user's drinking habits and provide advice; details about health and legal risks; and other information.
Stop Drinking - Andrew Johnson
Stop Drinking is a mobile app that encourages users to overcome an alcohol habit. This app features relaxation; hypnotherapy; positive suggestion; and visualisation activities for users to try. Other features include newsletters; personalised reminders; and a discrete display name on your device.
Sober Today - Quit Alcohol
Sober Today is a health app that encourages users to quit drinking alcohol. The app features a sobriety calculator that can track the user's sobriety time in days; minutes; hours; and seconds. Other features include unlockable sobriety chips; meditation exercises; and a calculator to determine money saved and units not consumed.
Alcohol and Your Brain
Alcohol and Your Brain is a health education app that explains the physiological effects of alcohol on the developing brain. The app includes a video that introduces you to the structures of the brain and how alcohol affects them. The app also explains Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) and contains a multiple choice quiz that you can take after viewing the video.