Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* When reading this, I thought why, if it's "freedom" to drink ... is not it also "freedom" not to do it? I find it very liberating not to do it! I had a lot of experience of opposing childhood - a family with several generations of alcoholics. My mother made me my first margarita shortly after turning 18 years old. I have a cousin in recovery, a brother who is currently out of the wagon, and many other parents actively hooked.
* One of the saddest things in our current culture for me is the big woohoo bragging done by popular Christians / speakers / writers on social media about their drinking. It excites me and I can only imagine how that weakens their influence among the lost. I was raised in a christian house. Parent did not drink. I did not think much of it before my last year of high school. . I was a "social drinker" from 18 years old.
* And I began to realize that I was using wine, cider, or craft beer to get out of it, to make me numb against everything, even the least. And I remembered what my counseling teacher once said all addictions begin as a coping mechanism. So I resigned. I finished the bottle of wine that I received as a gift, and I have not been drinking for about a month. My mind is clear. I suddenly see all the societal and cultural things you have named, and I regret them.
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* "Every time I was happy - I drank. Whenever I was sad - I drank. Whenever I was something - I drank. I could not be happier now to sit here and tell you that I am completely sober for 6 months now. I really give all the thanks in the world to your website. Thank you! Call us anytime, 24/7/365 to speak with a Residential Program Advisor. We can help you with everything from selecting a treatment center to finding help in your area.
* In one study, healthy women who drank 10 or more drinks a week decreased their chances of conceiving to 34%. While you may be thinking that you are well because you do not drink much, even moderate drinking affects fertility. In the same study, women who drank between one and five drinks a week less than one drink a day reduced their chances of conception to 61%. If you try to have children, your chances will be better once you stop drinking because alcohol reduces fertility.
* This leads to madly out of control blood sugar levels, which over time can lead to type II diabetes. Blood sugar levels are often normalized when alcohol is no longer a factor - in studies, they have been shown to fall as high as 16 percent. The National Cancer Institute has linked excessive alcohol consumption to an increased risk of several cancers, including mouth, liver, breast, bowel and rectal cancer.
* I went back to university and got a second degree. I could not have done that if I was still drinking. You could turn your hobby into a career. Have the energy to win a promotion or change jobs or start your own business. How is your family? Will your wife be happy? Will your children be happy? If things are already broken, will you be able to reconcile? If you do not have a job or family, you will be stable enough to get them if you wish.
* Do not worry, it's not difficult. It only seems complicated. It's a lot less painful than having a hangover after another. It's easier than losing your family or your job. It is simply easier to control yourself than to be a bitch of alcohol. or any bitch addiction, it works for all addictions Anyway, it's time to return to some information that you can use right now. Since this blog deals with destructive alcohol consumption, I'm going to focus on alcohol.
* Maybe if we understood that tempering was not a forced lawlessness but a choice of positivism, its benefits would much more easily counteract good beer advertising. I do not think that drinking is even the problem intrinsically, it's a symptom of something that covers something else. It's like saying, "I feel better when I feel less in control of myself and my mind." And the more we drink, the more we become isolated and isolated.
Dr. Drew shows a pair of twins, who love drinking, what happens to the liver when cirrhosis destroys it.