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Helen talks to Dr Suzi Gage about alcohol: Are people drinking more during the COVID-19 pandemic? If they are, what are the effects and when does that present a problem? Find out evidence-based strategies that can help if you think you’re drinking too much too often.
Dr Gage’s book & podcast:
Summary of the Alcohol Change UK survey results
The study exploring the effects of hangover on cognition:
Gunn, C., Mackus, M., Griffin, C., Munafò, M. R., and Adams, S. ( 2018) A systematic review of the next‐day effects of heavy alcohol consumption on cognitive performance. Addiction, 113: 2182– 2193. https://doi.org/10.1111/add.14404.
NHS Alcohol support
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