“Few people are aware of the devastating impact that alcohol can have on the brain.
Alcohol effects many parts of the human body, but most of the behavioural and emotional changes associated with alcohol use are due to the way alcohol effects our brain.
Alcohol-Related Brain Injury is a term used to describe the long term damage caused to the brain as a result of excessive alcohol use. The condition can affect people in a variety of ways and includes changes in the ability to remember, learn and problem solve. These changes can range from mild to severe and can compromise a person’s ability to cope with normal everyday activities.”
Find more from Alcohol Forum (Ireland, March 2021)