Alcohol consumption in excess has well-documented negative effects on both short- and long-term health, one of which is brain damage that can lead to Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia.
Here are other helpful organisations and further resources on Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD), which you may find useful.
Unlike Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia, Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD) is not certain to worsen over time. Discover our tips for supporting a person with ARBD.
Learn about the process of diagnosis for Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD).
Learn about the differences in symptoms between Korsakoff's syndrome and alcoholic dementia.
Learn about Korsakoff's syndrome, a form of Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD) in which the main cause is a clear lack of thiamine.
Learn about the risk of developing Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD).
What is Alcohol-related brain damage (ARBD)? Find out here and read practical tips to support somebody living with the condition.
The causes of young-onset dementia are different from that in older people. The young-onset of some of the most common types of dementia are described on this page.