Building Muscle? Cut Out The Alcohol Completely! – Infographic

Thinking about having a drink after your hard workout? Research studies show that alcohol can affect muscle building by slowing down your progress. It causes dehydration and fatigue. It increases body fats and prevents protein synthesis known as the process that builds muscle. Most importantly, it increases creatine kinase; the enzyme that signals tissue damage.

Source: TestX Core

The Effects of Alcohol on Muscle Building

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Inroads

The Inroads program has been specifically designed for young adults with concerns about their anxiety and drinking. This program was developed by researchers at UNSW and Macquarie University, and informed by the latest research on anxiety and alcohol use problems. The program will assist you with developing new skills to manage and overcome these feelings and encourage you to think about your use of alcohol.

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Are you a young person who drinks to handle stress? Inroads introduction video 2 from Mental Health and Substance Use on Vimeo.

Wise parent

“Thank you, mother!” and “Thank you, father!” are clips from the Wise Parent campaign, run by National Insitute for Health Development and Ministry of the Interior. (Estonia, 2016).

These clips show the gratitude that a child has for his/her parents who have always been supportive and who also directs a child to achieve goals even when it´s hard (not to fall our from music school or spend endless hours behind a computer screen). Also, a child thanks that they explained them the consequences of alcohol so that now, they can do what they have always dreamt of.


Plan While You Can


Football is a huge part of Texas culture and TxDOT seeks to encourage fans to enjoy the big game in a responsible manner by planning ahead for a safe ride home especially when game-day drinking is involved. To continue focusing on the issue of impairment, TxDOT developed the Plan While You Can Statewide Impaired Driving Football Campaign to encourage fans to kick off the game with a plan to get home safe before enjoying the football games and parties where drinking may occur. The campaign aims to reduce the number of DWI-related traffic crashes occurring on football game days when a Texas college or professional team is playing.

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Face the music

FACE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION USING THE POWER OF MUSIC TO HELP PEOPLE RECOGNIZE AND CONQUER ADDICTION.
Face The Music Foundation encourages awareness about addiction and recovery through information based outreach, fundraising events, and social media. We believe that by erasing the stigma associated with the third largest cause of accidental death in the United States, it becomes easier for recovery-based resources to be accessible for anyone who needs them.”


“I Got This” is sponsored by Recovery Unplugged, a revolutionary music-based treatment center with various detox, residential and inpatient facilities throughout Austin, Fort Lauderdale and DC.

notMYkid


“The challenges kids and families face today are complex and have the potential to devastate lives and derail futures. It is extremely important to work together to protect the kids in our community. The average age a kid will first try drugs is 13. Studies indicate that people who reach 21 without engaging in destructive behaviors are likely to never do so, which is why we passionately educate about current trends, warning signs, and the long-term impact of destructive behaviors. We believe proactive prevention on the part of kids, families, and communities is the answer to long-term success.”

“Every kid will have the knowledge and confidence to reach their full potential through making positive life choices.”

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#DrinkRevolution Day

“Global #DrinkRevolution Day

One day for our global social movement to get together virtually and literally in communities around the world and celebrate the lifestyle of the 21st century.

October 3, every year, is the global DRINK REVOLUTION Day©.

On this day all DRINK REVOLUTIONARIES organize activities, take over social media, create alcohol-free environments and spread awesomeness in their communities.

Get ready for the first ever Drink Revolution Day, on October 3rd 2017.

THIS YEAR WE CELEBRATE ALCOHOL-FREE DRINKS AND THE BENEFITS OF LIVING LIVE FREE FROM ALCOHOL.”

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