According to the 2015 National Substance Use Survey, 86% of adults in the United States consume alcohol from time to time. However excessive alcohol use is associated with car accidents, poisoning, violence, STDs, cancer, and other problems. An estimated 88,000 people in the United States die each year from alcohol-related causes, making it the fourth most common cause of death.

Alcohol abuse is a serious issue in modern society, but fortunately there are powerful new tools for those who want to manage their drinking. For example, Drink Agenda is a simple, free tool for changing the way people think about alcohol. It lets you track drinks, build your personal list of reasons to drink moderately or abstain, set goals, and choose from a selection of popular tactics for cutting back.

Drink Agenda is available on the open web at or can be downloaded from the Google Play app store. It is ad free in addition to being free of charge, and you can export your data at any time. Users can post questions, feature requests, and reach out to the developers using the Drink Agenda Reddit community.


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Ikhraaf Qaiser is a blogger and renowned author on many websites. He loves to write about health, lifestyle, and travel.