Free Recoverthol Mobile App

 

The Recoverthol App is a self-quantifying tool that you can use to predict the effect of an alcoholic beverage on your body, prior to drinking. It keeps a track of how many standard drinks you have consumed, so that you can stick to the recommended guidelines. The app also calculates the time to sober, so that the user can estimate what time they would need to stop drinking in order to be sober for work the next day, or to allow for a good night’s sleep so that they can be on their A-game the next day.

Do you know how much pure alcohol is in your drink, and how it effects you based on your weight and gender? This App calculates the effect of an alcoholic drink based on your body weight and gender. Together with Recoverthol that promotes the efficient metabolism of alcohol, this App will help you drink smart and manage hangover symptoms.

The most advanced function of the App is the “if you do, if you don’t” feature, that allows the user to see what may happen before they choose to have a drink.  App provides consumers with a protective behavioural strategy, allowing estimates of time to sober based on alcohol already consumed, as well as future drinks anticipated. App users can establish if additional drinks will inflate required time to sober (e.g., attending lecture next morning!), and subsequently refuse further intake. By knowing this information in advance, you may wait a while, or choose a lighter drink. 


Did you know that if a 60 kg female drinks 2 glasses of white wine, it will take over 6 hours to clear out of her body?

For example, for a 60kg female, two glass of white wine (150ml, 13.5% Alc =1.6 Standard drink) would take over 6 hours to clear out of her system.

  • If a 60kg female starts drinking at 8.30pm, and she has 5 glasses of white wine, she will not be sober until 10.30am the next day. She would still be under the influence of alcohol when she arrives at work the next morning.
  • If an 80kg male starts drinking at 8.30pm and has 6 glasses of beer, he would not be sober until 8.30am the next day. He too, would still be under the influence of alcohol when he starts work at 8am the next morning.
  • Compare effect of alcoholic drinks based on weight & gender
  • Promotes smart drinking and responsible drinking
  • Standard drink calculator and tracker
  • Dosage reminder for Recoverthol
  • Interactive messaging system to promote responsible drinking
  • Time to sober calculator

Alcoholic drinks are not properly labelled with dosage instructions, based on weight and gender, as most pharmaceutical drugs are. The only effort that has been made to address this, is to use the “standard drinks” model to promote responsible drinking, recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Our innovative App has been designed to promote responsible drinking. Without it you are flying blind when drinking alcohol.

A breathalyser can measure BAC, however, a breathalyser can not give the user information in advance about how much alcohol is in different drinks, or how long it will it take to be cleared based on weight and gender. Breathalysers are used after alcohol has already been consumed. Our App has been designed to estimate the pharmacokinetics of a drink, before taking a drink.

Encouraging drinkers to refuse unwanted drinks has been identified as a protective behavioural strategy (PBSs) linked to reducing levels of overall alcohol consumption (Jongenelis et al., 2016). The Recoverthol App provides consumers with such a PBS, allowing estimates of time to sober based on alcohol already consumed, as well as future drinks anticipated. User's of the App can then establish if additional drinks will inflate their required time to sober, and subsequently refuse further alcohol intake. Reference: Jongenelis, M.I., Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I.S., Chikritzhs, T., & Slevin, T. (2016). Predictors and outcomes of drinkers' use of protective behavioural strategies. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours, 30(6), 639-647.

Encouraging drinkers to refuse unwanted drinks has been identified as a protective behavioural strategy (PBSs) linked to reducing levels of overall alcohol consumption (Jongenelis et al., 2016). The Recoverthol App provides consumers with such a PBS, allowing estimates of time to sober based on alcohol already consumed, as well as future drinks anticipated. User's of the App can then establish if additional drinks will inflate their required time to sober, and subsequently refuse further alcohol intake. Reference: Jongenelis, M.I., Pettigrew, S., Pratt, I.S., Chikritzhs, T., & Slevin, T. (2016). Predictors and outcomes of drinkers' use of protective behavioural strategies. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours, 30(6), 639-647.

WARNING and WAIVER. Plus Daily Limited (PDL) recommends that you do NOT drive a vehicle or operate machinery whilst affected by alcohol. This application should NOT be used to make any decision about whether or not to participate in activities whilst affected by alcohol. Plus Daily recommends responsible drinking.

THIS APP DOES NOT MEASURE YOUR BAC. This application compares different alcoholic drinks and the ESTIMATED BAC that can be reached, based on alcohol pharmacokinetics research by E.M.P. Widmark (using gender and body weight). This App cannot take into account other factors that are potentially relevant to measure your ACTUAL BAC, such as your genetic make-up, food and fluid intake, age, fatigue, or unique physical characteristics. Your actual BAC may be higher or lower than estimated by this application. THE MOST ACCURATE METHOD TO MEASURE THE % BAC IS USING A BREATHALYSER.

If you choose to use this App you agree that all data it may produce concerning your estimated BAC may contain inaccuracies or errors. You also agree that PDL makes no representation and gives no warranty concerning your actual BAC, the use of this application or decisions you may make about whether or not to participate in any activities at any time. As far as is permitted by law, you hereby waive any rights you may have against PDL arising from or related to, or any decisions you make based upon, your use of this application or the data it produces.