Drinking Mirror App promotes Drop a Glass Size Campaign

We really do not know what we will look like in 10 years time, but thanks to a new mobile application it will show you exactly what you will look like. Welcome to the Magic mirror app that is all part of the “Drop a Glass Size” campaign, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol can potentially pile on the years. The campaigns goal is to get you to drop a glass size that could improve your looks over the next 10 years, this is the case of drink less and stay younger in a nutshell.

The Drinking Mirror app promotes ‘Drop a Glass Size Campaign’, and according to the latest figures shows that about 38-percent of women exceed the daily or weekly drinking guidelines on a regular basis, in some cases more than 2 to 3 units a day, which adds up to 14 units a week. It’s shocking how many people die a year, and those ages between 30 and 44 had doubled in the last 20 years. In Scotland alone cirrhosis and chronic liver disease death rate for the ages shown above has trebled since the mid to late 80s.

We are now in the month of January and there are many doing the ‘dryathlon’ where no alcohol will be drunk for this month, many are doing this to raise money for charities. We are doing the detox week starting tomorrow and not looking forward to it and cutting out rubbish foods and alcohol, but hey if it makes us a little healthier then why not.

Go and install the Drinking Mirror app and then follow the on-screen instructions, all you need to do is upload a photo of yourself, get the positioning right and then enter how many glasses of wine you drink in a week. Once you have done the following just tap that button to see how you will look in 10 years time, good luck with that.

The Drop a Glass Size Campaign mainly focuses on women, and awareness needs to be highlighted. This app is available for both Android and iOS users please visit Google Play or the App Store and see what you will look like in 10 years, maybe you will cut down on your wine.

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