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Help4Addiction Announces Alcoholic Drinks Journal & Addiction Questionnaire

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2015 Media Contact: Nicholas Conn, Managing Director

Your New Year Resolutions

New ‘wonder’ drinks journal takes the sting out of managing your teetotal January resolution. London, England. Today Help4Addiction announces the launch of its much anticipated Alcohol Drink Journal and Alcohol Addiction Questionnaire. It is hoped drinkers can utilise these new resources to cut down on their drinking in 2015 and beyond. January is a popular month to cut down on one's drinking and it is envisioned the Alcohol Drink Journal shall aid drinkers in their efforts to cut down during the period and beyond. The Alcohol Drink Journal integrates a scientifically approved approach to measuring the 'units' of alcohol in various types of popular alcoholic beverages such as beer, wine and vodka. The Journal is professionally designed and contains a visual guide to alcoholic units in each drink type. This is intended to make the Journal easy for users to understand. The user must complete the Journal daily from Monday to Sunday and a weekly total of units consumed must entered. The Alcohol Drink Diary can be found at: “Feedback from our customers indicates that implementing moderate drinking practices can be problematic, not least because January can be a stressful time with the need to step up a gear following a prolonged Christmas period” says Nicholas Conn, Managing Director of Help4Addiction. “We created the Journal with people's New Year resolution failures in mind and it is hoped our customers can utilise the Journal in order to make their plans for a drink free January a successful one.” The Alcohol Addiction Questionnaire consists of 20 questions and if the user scores above 16 points the user is advised to seek professional help. The label of ‘problem drinker’ is one most people will resist and it is true that most ‘problem drinkers’ resist the idea that they may be in need of professional help. The questionnaire is designed to help thousands of heavy drinkers come to terms with the fact that they’re abusing alcohol. The Questionnaire should be used in tandum with the Alcohol Drinks Journal mentioned above. “Many of our customers come to our door confused and reluctant to the idea that they may need professional help for their drinking. The questionnaire can provide clarity to their situation” says Conn. “It is hoped the questionnaire will aid an addicts’ journey into accepting the idea that they do in fact suffer from an alcohol addiction and thus they are in need of professional help.” About Help4Addiction Help4Addiction is a professional drug and alcohol referral agency. Located in North London the company deals with rehabilitation cases throughout the United Kingdom. Our staff have gained much experience placing drug and alcohol addicts into residential rehabilitation centres not just in the United Kingdom but throughout the World. Nicholas Conn founded the agency five years ago following a career in the police force. Nicholas did himself suffer from a drug addiction and due to his chosen profession he found it extremely difficult to seek out treatment. Nicholas has gone on to author a book titled “The Thin White Line”. Contact Help4Addiction for more information. General info: support@help4addiction.co.uk

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Nicholas Conn

Nicholas Conn

Nicholas Conn is a leading industry addiction expert who runs the UK’s largest addiction advisory service and is regularly featured in the national press, radio and TV. He is the founder and CEO of a drug and alcohol rehab center called Help4addiction, which was founded in 2015. He has been clean himself since 2009 and has worked in the Addiction and Rehab Industry for over a decade. Nick is dedicated to helping others recover and get treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. In 2013, he released a book ‘The Thin White’ line that is available on Amazon.

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