Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* 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.
* Tell people what you are doing. Not only does this add a sense of responsibility to your goal, but it also suggests that if your friends intend to go out and be wasted, you probably are not interested. Plus, if someone offers you a drink andyou look at them and say, "I can not. I am a full alcoholic, they will probably never ask you again. The first 72 hours are the most painful part of the recovery.
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* If I do not drink soda or coffee, is it a spiritual thing? I hardly drink soda and I do not drink anything with coffee for reasons of health. I stopped the coffee two years ago without a spiritual crisis. And I do not need to explain myself to anyone. Protestant Christians have turned alcohol among other things into a big spiritual issue, whether they drink it or not. If we stop this, then we would not have all the trouble Ron quotes here where she feels like she could not give up as she would be left out or worried about what the others thought or felt that there was pressure to drink alcohol.
* The first 48 hours after you stop drinking may be the biggest obstacle to detoxification. Depending on how much you drink, this may give you the impressionhangover or it can be more than that. Withdrawal symptoms may include sweating, increased blood pressure, tremors or tremors, and insomnia, as well as common hangover symptoms such as headache and headache. nausea. You have probably seen that one coming.
* We all did it before, right? The difference is that mine was ringing at that time. Part of this lack of concentration is because you are constantly tired of the insomnia / nightmare combination, part of it is the nervous system not having the alcohol safety cover at all. which he is used to. And with that, came the mood changes. The smallest things irritated me in a rage full. Little discomfort, like the person who was sitting at the same picnic table as me and who kept patting his leg up and down, shaking the whole thing.
* Did you have a moment when you finally decided to stop drinking? Not really - it's built over time. Alcoholism is living in my family, so I started drinking when I was 15 years old. It was normal to go drinking every weekend, which ended up becoming every day. Do you consider yourself an alcoholic? I guess so, but I do not think it was something that I was really ready to admit. I admit it now, but it's weird to say it. I just know that I can not drink.
* According to research, the most important impact of alcohol is on areas of the brain that are essential for learning and controlling impulses. While some of these changes may be permanent, especially for those who abuse alcohol for a prolonged period, there is hope. According to the National Institutes of Health, abstaining from alcohol for several months to a year can lead to a partial correction of certain structural changes in the brain that have been caused by alcohol and may also negate the negative effects on solving problems, memory and attention.
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