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Alcohol and depression research

The research indicates a close relationship between alcohol consumption and depression. Heavy drinking can lead to depression, and depression can lead to hazardous and harmful drinking and alcohol-use disorder. Studies of people in treatment have shown that one of the effects of long-term high alcohol consumption is an increase in depressive symptoms, which tend to disappear when alcohol consumption is reduced or stopped.

Policies that reduce consumption, especially among heavier drinkers, might be expected to reduce the burden of disease related to depression.

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