Almost every organ system is affected by alcohol. Drinking in moderation may cause problems to one's body, and drinking heavily over the years can cause irreversible damage. However, most diseases caused by excessive drinking can be prevented.
The NHS Substance Misuse Providers Alliance invite you to join us for our 2019 conference at Sheffield Hallam University on 9th September 2019.
The degree to which the relationship between alcohol use and sleeplessness is unidirectional or reciprocal is unclear due to great variation among the results of previous studies.
RESPONSIBLE TRAVELS is an event hosted by Euorocare which will take place on 19 March in Brussels.
There has been increasing awareness of the relationship between drugs and hearing voices in young people, but much less is said about what it might be like for a young person who uses drugs and hears voices, and even less about ways to support a young person in this situation.
There are many factors which affect alcohol harm including pricing, availability, marketing, treatment accessibility and quality, and drinking cultures. But as well as forming part of the problem these factors offer potential solutions.
Neighbourhood Density of Alcohol Outlets and Genetic and Environmental Influences on Alcohol Problems
Gene-environment interactions occur when different surroundings make it more or less likely for a particular trait or disorder to develop.