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Increasing risk drinking is defined as the consumption of between 22 and 50 units of alcohol per week for males, and between 15 and 35 units of alcohol per week for females. The modelled estimated proportion of the population aged 16 years and over who report engaging in increasing or high risk drinking was similar to the national average at 22.8% compared 22.3%.

Alcohol consumption is a contributing factor to hospital admissions and deaths from a diverse range of conditions.

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