For various reasons I found myself sitting with a doctor, and her and her nurse keep referring to me as a "heavy drinker".
Now, I'm pretty sure that I drink less than most other people that I know.
I'm likely to have more than two drinks per sitting, not drink every day, and drink once or twice a week.
Apparently it would be healthier for me to drink two drinks every day, which to my thinking, would lead right into alcoholism. But this is better than having two nights of four to six drinks a week.
Is anyone else similarly misconceived about healthy drinking habits?
I'm guessing that the majority of the population is over two drinks per sitting, doesn't drink every day, and drinks one or two days a week.
Lets call this Type 1
I guess the rest are drinking no more than two drinks per sitting on any given day.
Let's call this Type 2
Without asking for too much personal information, are you willing to answer if you're type 1 or type 2?