Advice On Giving Up Alcohol....
* 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.
* My mother was pregnant with me and she was drunk every day, but one day when she was drunk she fell down the stairs. She ended up being paralyzed and she also had cerebral injuries. As a result, I was born with a bad cleft palate and cleft lip. Dad came home drunk one night and he fell and hit his head on the side of the house and died. I was 7 years old. old then. Yes, I forgave them. God has a plan for that.
* The dependence on food abounds and so little is said about it that it has become acceptable, which breaks my heart for many people who are still struggling. So many mtgs to church, etc. use food as a "master piece". Thank you very much for sharing your beautiful and yet painfully honest story. That made me very happy and I am grateful for your openness! Really great writing, so happy a friend posted this on Facebook.
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* I was always stuck with alcohol, not on every day, but the weekends, Saturday and Sunday were devoted to overcoming my hangover, until I did not say a day, so at the same time I stopped drinking and smoking, and I felt like a tennis player without a racket. , some friends wrote the new me, we had nothing to say sober, the consequences of my decision took 6 months to calm down, but as you wrote I feel free to weight of alcohol.
* If you are a moderate drinker, you may be able to stop yourself without too much trouble. If you are a regular or heavy drinker, however, you may find this much more difficult. Internal and external triggers may cause you to want to start drinking again. Regardless of your current level of alcohol consumption, there are many resources available if you want to stop, including a state-by-state resource guide.
* The typical answer to "how much do you drink?" Is "I only have one or two glasses." It's really important to be aware of the quantity of this glass. More and more of us are drinking at home. I knew someone who had only one drink at night. This glass contained half a bottle of wine! Have you ever wondered what this regular drinking habit does to your body? Research shows that our tolerance to alcohol decreases with age. The body has to work much harder to treat what is, essentially, a toxin.
* 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.
* But that is to say that we can sometimes be wrong in making drinking or not drinking alcohol a bigger problem than that. And when something becomes a truly spiritual problem, it can be exaggerated into something that it is probably not. It is then easier to see a dependence or even to create a dependency. It is also easier to judge the motivations of others. I hope you have read Ron's story to the end.
http://alcoholmastery.com/are-you-gaining-weight-after-you-have-quit-drinking-alcohol/ If you find that you are putting on a few pounds after you have stopped …