Posts from September 2020

To mark World Alzheimer’s Month, we’d like to acknowledge everyone who is living or has lived through their loved one’s decline from this disease. Our hearts go out to you. 
 
From the early signs, when you barely notice anything is wrong, to witnessing confusion, to the point where your loved one barely recognises you - all come with a layer of heartbreak and feelings of loss. Each appointment that brings another reminder of gradual decline can hit you like a tonne of bricks. 
Grieving the Living Alzheimer's
Addiction services in England could struggle to cope with "soaring" numbers of people misusing alcohol, the Royal College of Psychiatrists has warned today. Many adults are drinking more since the coronavirus pandemic began, data shows. 
 
The college estimates that in June, more than 8.4m people in England were drinking at higher-risk levels, up from 4.8m in February. 
 
If you’re aware you’re drinking more, perhaps now is the time to stop and think about why, and we may have the answer for you. 
Are you drinking too much
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