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  • The benefits of cutting down
    Ourselves Helping Others Advice What s Best For You The benefits of cutting down Recognising the power of pressure Find Help The benefits of cutting down Physical Reduced risk of injury Reduced risk of high blood pressure cancer liver disease brain damage Better sleep More energy Lose the beer wine belly No hangovers Improved memory Psychological Social Financial Improved mood Improved relationships Less stress Clearer thinking Better judgment Reduced risk

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  • Recognising the power of pressure
    is very little we do that does not involve alcohol It s no surprise that at some stage most young people are put under pressure to drink Or sometimes if they are already drinking they are put under pressure to drink even more The pressure is applied in many different ways There is direct pressure from friends encouraging them to ah go on There is the pressure they put on themselves when they look around and see a lot of their contemporaries drinking It s natural that they don t want to feel left out Another particular area of pressure for young people is from alcohol advertising and marketing Alcohol brands sell the message that their products are key to having fun being popular relaxing being attractive celebrating and are a crucial part of our own personal brand and lifestyle If we were to believe the advertising alone we would think alcohol was a miracle product with absolutely no downside We see none of the risks and none of the reality of what can actually happen if we drink too much There s no way to avoid alcohol advertising but we don t have to buy the idealised version of

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  • Find Help
    ie The HSE Drugs Alcohol Helpline provides support information guidance and referral to anyone with a question or concern related to drug and alcohol use The service is non judgemental and offers space to talk about your situation to explore some options and to consider your needs During calls emails staff refer to a database of over 400 services nationwide Opening hours are Monday to Friday 9 30am and 5 30pm AA Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety www alcoholicsanonymous ie Al Anon Alateen Ireland Al Anon offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers in an anonymous environment whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not www al anon ireland org Aware Aware works to create a society where people who experience depression and related mood disorders and their families are understood and supported are free from stigma and have access to a broad range of support options For details of supports in your area contact the Aware helpline on 1890 303 302 10am 10pm Monday to Sunday or visit www aware ie Samaritans Freephone 116 123 Samaritans 24 hour helpline offers confidential emotional support around the clock It can really help to talk through your worries and feelings the service is free and confidential and there are branches throughout Ireland if you like to avail of face to face support You can also access Samaritans services online 24 hours a day visit www samaritans org to find out more Drugs ie The Drugs ie National Directory of Drugs and Alcohol Services contains details of statutory voluntary community and private drug and alcohol services and specialist drug and alcohol treatment programmes Visit http www drugs ie services If you need information Drinkhelp ie DrinkHelp ie provides access to information and advice on alcohol related issues and problems for people concerned about their own drinking or the drinking of a family member or friend www drinkhelp ie Drugs ie Drugs ie is an independent website managed by The Ana Liffey Drug Project Its mission is to help individuals families and communities prevent and or address problems arising from drug and alcohol use www drugs ie HSE YourDrinking ie Information advice and publications relating to alcohol from the HSE s Health Promotion Unit www yourdrinking ie ReachOut com ReachOut com is a service dedicated to taking the mystery out of mental health We aim to provide quality assured mental health information and inspiring real life stories by young people to help other young people get through tough times www reachout com Your Mental Health Every single one of us will experience tough times in our lives YourMentalHealth ie is a place to learn about mental health and how to support yourself and the people you love You

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  • Mental Drinking Campaign Launch – December 3rd at 11am – National College of Ireland
    and socialising 3 Drinking and mood 4 Drinking dodgy decisions and risky behaviour 5 General wellbeing Lower Risk Limits Helping Ourselves Helping Others Advice What s Best For You The benefits of cutting down Recognising the power of pressure Find Help Mental Drinking Campaign Launch December 3rd at 11am National College of Ireland December 2 2014 Campaign Launch Mental Drinking Time 11am Date Wednesday 3rd December 2014 Place Theatre 2

    Original URL path: http://mentaldrinking.ie/2014/12/02/mental-drinking-campaign-launch/ (2015-07-23)
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  • Events
    and socialising 3 Drinking and mood 4 Drinking dodgy decisions and risky behaviour 5 General wellbeing Lower Risk Limits Helping Ourselves Helping Others Advice What s Best For You The benefits of cutting down Recognising the power of pressure Find Help Mental Drinking Campaign Launch December 3rd at 11am National College of Ireland December 2 2014 Campaign Launch Mental Drinking Time 11am Date Wednesday 3rd December 2014 Place Theatre 2

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