Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* Some damage can be reversed, while others can not. It is important to know which effects can not be reversed over time and those who can. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, "Abstaining from alcohol over several months to a year can allow structural changes in the brain to partially correct. Abstinence can also help reverse the negative effects on thinking skills, including problem solving, memory and attention.
* And when it comes to conviction, I found the Spirit gentle but relentless. Change and transformation are an ongoing process. I am always grateful for the way the Spirit is not hard or overwhelming, but rather how, at the right time and at the right time, we know it's time to change. We are starting to feel that this thing that was fine no longer agrees. The thing that meant liberty became a servitude.
* 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.
* My husband will sometimes have a drink like 3x / month or more. We have alcohol in the house that has not been touched for months - and our 17-year-old daughter does not want to drink, it's a blessing Ron, I love everything you share here and how you say it. I appreciate how you can make a point without judgment and full of grace. I think of it often as someone who does not drink either.
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* Negative effects and a high level of physical and mental well-being much higher, in fact, than the vast majority of people who abstain from alcohol for any reason . I guess the idea is to find the point where you love life and it does not negatively affect your well-being or those around you. Dear Ron, Thank you very much for sharing this. I know where you are from. I had 2 alcoholic parents.
* The application aims to give you the tools to change your way of thinking, breaking down your unwanted habits and regaining control of your thoughts, your money, your health and your well-being . Whether you're trying to reduce your alcohol consumption or stop drinking completely, this app can help you break the bad habits that drive you to drink, providing the resources you need to reach your goals. goals and lead a healthier life.
* 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.
* But the bubbling beverages seem to be very present in my life - and I know I'm not the only one in this area - maybe we like to have a beer to mark the end of a day. e work. want a cocktail Something to celebrate For a little champagne A day of madness Whether the chardonnay or cabernet soften the edges a little. Sider ourselves healthy people, alcohol is easy to justify. We exercise.
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