Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* God then gave me the courage to tell others about it, to share what he had done for me, and I helped him that way. Praise the Lord, I have been free for twenty years. I say to people now, my attitude is the same as my blood type B positive. With God everything is possible. He loves us more than anything, enough to sacrifice his only-begotten Son for our sin, and truly, the root of our pain is our sins. Give him everything.
* Sugar increases the levels of the "reward" of chemical dopamine, which fuels the feelings of pleasure. Alcohol does the same thing. So it's very possible that when you give up a substance that floats chemicals around your brain, you're more likely to reach each other. Do not be surprised if you try to get the same pleasure or the same hello that you used to take a drink from something sweet, he says.
* This is partly because alcohol consumption affects neurotransmitterst are involved in the mood, such as serotonin. There may also be underlying problems for which alcohol has been used for self-medication. Often, experiences and emotions that have been ignored during alcohol consumption come to the surface after stopping drinking. During this time, it may be helpful to seek individual or group counseling to manage these emotions and experiences.
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* But in my heart I know it too much and I just want to quit and God wants me to resign. Me too. Yes, I can do it without any problem. I am a little obsessive-compulsive disorder and I do something every day, regularly, or I do not do it at all. Thank you very much for this post because it really encourages me to go with God and make a new path for me. I'm so sick of drinking. I'm done. Thank you.
* I read this article and literally felt that I was reading my own story and thoughts about it. Thank you for being moved and thank you for a beautifully written article! God bless you, you and your family! Hey, hello there. So ... that dissertation about dropping alcohol seemed to touch a nerve with a lot of people, huh? I'm grateful for that - it's a conversation we must have, it seems. But here's the thing now I want to come back to something with you all.
* What you shared here really resonated with me. God protect you! Hi Ron, I just read your piece honestly and convincingly - thank you for your honesty poignant. I wanted to ask you about the part where you felt concerned about your cynicism and "hurry" to find healing and hope. Would you be willing to extract this a bit more in another blog post? I ask because I identify with that and I suspect others would do it too.
* Research on the fact that alcohol increases the risk of weight gain is contradictory, but a review article published in Current Obesity Reports in 2015 notes that it may be a risk factor, at least in some people, such as the big drinkers. Another review article published in Health Economics in 2011 notes that alcohol consumption can cause a slight increase in body weight, these increases becoming more likely as the amount and frequency increases. alcohol consumption increases.
* The good news is that it can be reversed. After stopping drinking,the response of your immune system will be strengthened over time. Excessive alcohol consumption has been associated with many health effects related to the immune system. These include increased susceptibility to pneumonia and other respiratory disorders, greater likelihood of sepsis and certain cancers, more postoperative complications and poor healing, among others.
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