Alcohol & Mental Health

Excessive alcohol consumption and mental health are inextricably linked. A growing number of drinkers use alcohol for self medication purposes – providing a way to cope with mental health issues such as stress, anxiety and depression.
Whilst this may temporarily alleviate low moods, a prolonged habit loop may exacerbate existing issues.

This presentation explores the psychological causes of alcohol addiction, its impact on the nervous system, and links to mental health.
Helpful practices are shared on how individuals can reduce susceptibility to excessive alcohol consumption.


Length: 1hr

Delivery modes: Onsite Presentations, Webinars & Pre-recorded tutorials (for wellness portals).

Number of participants:

Onsite Presentation: No limit
Webinar: 500. For audiences greater than 500, please contact us.

Details: Several case studies link excessive alcohol consumption to depression, and worsening of existing mental health issues. This session is designed to share knowledge of the unconscious reasons people start to drink, and how this can impact performance and lower a sense of self worth. Solutions are shared on practical ways to help reduce alcohol consumption levels. Content includes:

  • The psychology of alcohol addiction – Upbringing & social pressures
  • Impacts on Cognitive Performance & Emotional Wellbeing
  • Mental fitness tips to help reduce excessive alcohol use
  • Daily lifestyle tips for reduced alcohol consumption

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This is a holistic wellbeing presentation, and is not intended to be taken as, or replace medical advice. For personal issues concerning health, participants are advised to conduct their personal research before making lifestyle changes, or seek the services of their chosen health professional.