5 Signs Your Weekend Drinking Could Be More of a Problem Than You Realise Let’s debunk that ever-popular myth; you can’t be an alcoholic unless you’re reaching for a drink every morning. The idea that you only have a problem with alcohol if you drink daily is monstrously dangerous. So often, people don’t recognise their […]Read more
Men’s Mental Health Checklist It’s time for men to shake off the archaic stigma of men being “men”. It’s a shame, but many researchers find men worldwide experience an undeniable pressure to be perfect, as a “man’s man”. Because of this, men are more likely to find opening up about their feelings challenging and are […]Read more
How Does Alcohol Affect the Blood Pressure? Many people drink alcohol on a regular basis for a number of reasons. Some people drink to relax or unwind after a long day, some people drink to loosen their inhibitions, and some people drink because they feel that they cannot face a day without alcohol. Whatever your […]Read more
How To Stop Drinking Every Night Drinking alcohol on a regular basis has become accepted and even encouraged in today’s society, and many people don’t think twice about reaching for a glass of wine or a pint of beer every night. However, certain factors could cause this evening routine to spiral into an addiction. Even […]Read more
What are the benefits of giving up alcohol for a month? Alcohol is known to be detrimental to your health and drinking too much – even on one occasion – can negatively affect your heart, brain, liver, kidneys, and pancreas and can cause your immune system to be weaker than usual for up to 24 […]Read more
How to stop binge drinking Binge drinking consists of drinking more than eight units of alcohol in a single session for men, and more than six units of alcohol in a single session for women. Almost a quarter of the adult population in England and Scotland regularly drink over the Chief Medical Officer’s low-risk guidelines […]Read more
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