Between the Ages of 12 to 24 Your Brain is at Risk
Neuroscientists now specify adolescence as between the ages of approximately 12 and 24 because during that time, the brain is undergoing significant change. Being informed about the integration and development going on in the adolescent brain is crucial for health & safety.
Impact of Alcohol
During the phase of adolescence---approximately 12 to 24 years---alcohol has a more intense, risky and potentially permanent effect on brain development and architecture. Learn about the specific impact of alcohol in order to keep your brain developing safely & healthily.
Keeping Your Brain Healthy & Safe
The adolescent years are challenging as your brain develops & matures. Scientists show they can be greatly enhanced with activities & choices that promote brain health. Discover ways to optimize your brain's strength and happiness so that it develops naturally & performs at its best.
Alcohol's Impact on the Adolescent Brain
What Alcohol does to the Developing Brain
Alcohol and the Developing Brain Part 1
Alcohol and the Developing Brain Part 2
Alcohol and the Developing Brain Part 3
Alcohol and the Developing Brain Part 4
Alcohol and the Developing Brain Part 5
Learn Strategies to Keep Alcohol Away from your Developing Brain
How to Feel Good Without Hurting Your Brain
How to Feel Good Without Hurting Your Brain Part 1
How to Feel Good Without Hurting Your Brain Part 2
How to Feel Good Without Hurting Your Brain Part 3
Resources for Further Learning and Support
Ready to Protect and Enhance Your Brain?
Get informed about the significant vulnerability of the adolescent brain when exposed to alcohol