According to the Mental Health Council HK, there are many different factors that affect mental health, such as genetics, family background, environment, culture, age, gender, education, occupation, social status, religion and spirituality, personality, stressors, physical health, relationships, community, values and attitudes. The most important factor, as mentioned by Mental Health Council HK, is your perception of yourself, which can be affected by your experiences, expectations, and interpretations.
So, how can you tell if you have mental health problems or not? If you have a mental health problem, you may be prone to alcohol abuse more easily. For example, if you have depression, you may feel that using alcohol makes you feel better. However, it is worth noting that alcohol can worsen your depression and make it harder to control your drinking. Should there be more alcohol abuse awareness HK, misconceptions surrounding alcohol use will not ensue.
Alcohol abuse is a serious problem in our society and can result in serious physical health problems, including liver damage, heart problems, high blood pressure, breathing problems, and other conditions. In some cases, alcohol abuse can lead to death, so it is crucial to raise HK people’s awareness on the negative impacts it brings about.