Wildly varying drinking habits have taken hold in the world since the Covid-19 outbreak, as the nation's mood falls far lower even after the financial crash. A report from the Central Statistics Office on the social impact of the virus in April found the percentage of men increasing their alcohol intake was almost 21%, while just over 23% of women did similarly. However, a further 26% of men reported a decrease in alcohol consumption, compared with just under 9% of women.
A spike in smoking and junk food eating was also apparent, with 30.5% reporting an increase in tobacco consumption since the introduction of Covid-19 restrictions. Women were considerably more likely to increase junk food consumption, at over 54% compared with almost 37% of men. More than half aged 70 or over reported that their frequency of exercising had decreased since being asked to cocoon in their homes, the CSO report found. Over four in ten who were very concerned about household stress from confinement reported an increase in alcohol consumption and drug abuse, while just over three in ten, who said they felt lonely at least some of the time in the past four weeks, reported an increase in drinking.
Along with the recent coronavirus crisis and many people being locked down in their homes, addictions, especially alcohol has spiked, and people need help and support from a specialist. AASOLVED program, an alcohol and addiction treatment has been helping people in the privacy of their own home for years.
The video learning program is easy, affordable, and effective mental health support. The program supports those struggling to maintain or reduce addictive use is what's important in the recent crisis.
Founder Dr. William D. Horton, Psy.D, CADC, CI, MH said,"We are not trying to set up a medical-free zone but provide an accessible, safe space where we offer a self-paced 12 module online learning program based on a scientific method with supportive families providing access to our resources if necessary." The main reasons why alcoholism affects so much in a person's life are: Life Long Relapse, Mental Health Issues including anxiety, depression & PTSD, Psychological problems that we often don't even recognize or understand, ADD/ADHD a complex disorder characterized through excessive drinking, and many more.
About the Founder
Dr. William D. Horton, Psy.D, CADC, CI, MH, the founder of AASOLVED is one of the world's Leading Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Trainers. He is also A Licensed Psychologist, Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and Master Hypnotist. Dr. Will founded the Alcohol and Addiction Solution Program to give support and help people regain control of their lives by changing their relationship with alcohol. With the right mentor and tools, anyone can overcome an alcohol addiction as a result of alcohol abuse, he did it, and you can too!
For more information about the program, please visit https://aasolved.com.