Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week

Practical Tips for Enhancing Your Mental Well-being The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘Moving More for Mental Health’, emphasising the significant impact movement has on our mental well-being. According to research from the Drinkaware 2023 Barometer…

Celebrating Health and Awareness

Understanding the Impact of Excessive Drinking As World Health Day approaches, it’s time to shine a light on a topic that affects many but is often overlooked: the health effects of excessive drinking. With the slogan ‘My Health, My Right’,…

How Do You Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? 

St. Patrick’s Day is a widely celebrated holiday that honours St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.  To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, many people partake in various traditions that highlight Irish culture. One of the most popular ways to celebrate…

Ladies First – Latest Data On Women’s Alcohol Consumption in Ireland

Ahead of a significant weekend for women in Ireland, Drinkaware, the national, independent charity working to prevent and reduce alcohol misuse, is sharing insights from its latest research into women’s drinking patterns, motivations, and behaviours. Thanks to the Drinkaware Barometer…

Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick In 2024 

To help make your New Year’s Resolutions Stick in 2024, Drinkaware is encouraging adults who took part in ‘Dry January’ to take learnings from their experience and explore whether they’d like to make any more long-lasting changes this year.   Many…

Tips for a Successful Dry January

Dry January is an increasingly popular trend among people who want to start the new year off on a healthy note. Taking part in challenges like Dry January has multiple short and long-term benefits. If you’re considering taking on this…

Think SANTA and Drink Mindfully this Christmas

Christmas is a time to celebrate with family and friends. However, it can also be a time of excess, particularly when it comes to alcohol consumption. Drinkaware wants to support the public and encourage adults to drink mindfully throughout this…