Excessive alcohol consumption can have serious consequences for physical health. These include liver diseases such as cirrhosis, alcoholic hepatitis, and fatty liver.
Additionally, it increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases, sleep disorders, brain damage, and certain types of cancer.
On a mental level, excessive alcohol consumption can increase the risk of depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and cognitive problems.
Moreover, excessive alcohol consumption carries legal and safety risks, such as traffic accidents, falls, and injuries, as well as facing legal consequences for driving under the influence of alcohol.
To address these problems, a free online course on intervention for problematic alcohol consumption has been developed.
This course is aimed at anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of addictions, particularly alcohol, and is especially relevant for those studying or working in areas such as psychology and health.
The course covers topics such as alcohol consumption, its characteristics and consequences, as well as the focus on alcohol as a risk factor in public health.
Additionally, it teaches the stages, procedures, tools, and concepts related to Brief Intervention, and provides tools for conducting interventions in different contexts.
This course provides valuable knowledge on the subject and offers practical tools to address this issue from different perspectives.
If you are interested in learning more about problematic alcohol consumption and contributing to reducing this public health problem, access the course using the button:
Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire knowledge and make a positive difference in society.