Saturday, 4 February 2017

Alcohol and Depression

Alcohol and Depression Many people suffering from depression will do what they can to self-medicate, meaning they will find their own solutions before seeing a mental health professional. Oddly enough, mental health professionals have learned that alcoholism and depression occur together more often than not. Even stranger, alcohol is considered a depressant, which means it will increase someone’s struggle with depression. Alcohol and Depression: Self-Medication Alcohol has the ability to temporarily relieve the stress hormones that are released in a person’s brain. This is why people who are experiencing some form of stress, whether it be from work or home

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