Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* On some occasions, it does not bother me to be with someone who has a drink, but I'm always more grateful to ask them or choose, at least for the moment and more for me, not to have a drink. As I read this essay, let me know that I am not the only one thinking this, and that I am not the only one not to abstain from anything more than I think God has something better than n 'not include alcohol.
* It may take a week or two, but after you stop drinking, you will end up sleeping better. According to the research, alcohol consumption increases the brain waves that usually occur when you are awake. In normal deep sleep, the cerebral activity is in delta waves. Consuming alcohol causes brain activity during sleep to occur in alpha waves. Alpha waves are usually only visible in the cerebral activity when we are awake, but we rest.
* We talked about it openly with them from the beginning, because they noticed that there was alcohol in the other houses, but not in ours. I'm grateful that they did not see the need to experiment because I know that for some, it only takes one drink Yes, our media culture social, even in the church or nowadays I feel almost entirely in the church, has become one of the messages about wine and how wonderful it is. know that as believers we have the freedom to take some wine for the stomach as long as we are not drunk.
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* As your body gets rid of its last remains, some negative symptoms may appear, but the benefits will already be clear. As expected, the recovery is accompanied by emotional ups and downs. Negative effects may include Do not let this discourage you. The positive effects will be abundant, too numerous to be listed. The worst part of all can be alcohol cravings, which can last a lifetime.
* A recent study in the journal Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research has shown that drinking before going to bed increases alpha waves in the brain - a kind of brain activity that Usually occurs when you are awake but rest. The result? Sleep disturbed. Another review of 27 studies has shown that although alcohol can help people fall asleep faster and deeper in the beginning, it consumes a lot of water with high quality. Of sleep after this initial resting period.
* I was much more willing to discuss the issue with non-Christians because they were always more respectful of my decision not to drink. I only met a Christian who liked to drink who told me to abstain and said it was a good thing. All the others, they act as if my alcohol-free lifestyle is equal to my condemnation or they try to convince me to try it. I hate alcohol because of so many past negative experiences, but few Christians respect it openly.
* God is our best self. God is the part of us who is kind and loving and who loves us too. And God is our bond with each other. I liked your message. Thank you. We have a lot of freedom as Christians, but we are bound to the Holy Spirit, and he invites us to change. I have not quite arrived at the same place that you have but close. When our freedom defies the restitution of others or causes the other to stumble, it is not freedom but weight.
* This thumb was like a punishment, but I know now that it was a proof of his ever present attention for me. You have raised so many wonderful points in all of this. Too many things for me to comment well. So I'll just say well said and thanks . Ron - we do not know each other but our stories can not be more similar. This beautiful moment of clarity, when our free one crosses the Holy Spirit, has been my experience in stopping drinking and using more than 16 years ago.
* It gives me something to think about. Thank you! I am so glad to have fallen on that. I grew up around drinkers, but I saw how it could easily cause harm, so I always abstained even before I started following Christ. At the university, however, I met many Christians who grew up in Christian homes without alcohol or drinking and who saw this as their free right and were always rude to me when I expressed to them my disappointment and lack of desire to drink.
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