Glasgow Antipsychotic Side-effect Scale & Extra Questions

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General Health Questions
If you do not have a blood pressure monitor at home, we have one in reception.

How to take an affective reading

  • Sit quietly for 5 mins
  • Take two readings more than one minute apart whilst seated
  • Record the second of the two readings below
Your systolic blood pressure is the top number on your reading
Your diastolic blood pressure is the bottom number on your reading
Conversion from Stones & Pounds to Kilograms

What 1 unit of alcohol looks like

Half pint of regular beer, lager or cider. 1 small glass of wine. 1 single measure of spirits. 1 single measure of aperitifs. 1 small glass of sherry.

Wine (all types)

Sparking wine tends to be less strong

  • 750ml bottle (13% abv) = 10 units
  • 175ml glass (13% abv) = 2.5 units
  • 125ml glass (12% abv) = 1.5 units

Beer, ale, lager and cider

Watch out for high strength drinks, try a smaller serving. Some pubs offer one- and two-third servings as well as pints and halves

  • 1 pint (4% abv) = 2.5 units
  • 1 pint (5% abv) = 3 units
  • Half pint (7% abv) = 2 units
  • 1 pint (7% abv) = 4 units

Spirits (with or without a mixer)

In England and Wales, a single is usually 25ml. But in Scotland and Northern Ireland it can be 25ml or 35ml

  • 25ml single measure (40% abv) = 1 unit
  • 35ml single measure (40% abv) = 1.5 units

Alcopops, ready-to-drink and pre-mixed drinks.

250ml bottle or can (4% abv) = 1 unit 


Over the past week

Over the last three months


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