Reasons to give up drinking and become a Teetotaler

Let’s begin by taking a closer look at reasons to give up drinking and become a teetotaler: 1. Alcohol does not make you feel very good about yourself. Alcohol is a depressant and so it can often make you feel sad and depressed. Have you ever woken up and hated yourself because you can’t stop drinking? Or ever had a blazing argument with a loved one – directly caused by alcohol? 2. Alcohol does not make you feel healthy. After the initial kick from that first sip of alcohol, alcohol can make you feel unwell. Alcohol is a poison after all. 3. Alcohol can cause embarrassing situations. How many... Read On

Alcohol and Weight Loss

Have you ever had a heavy drinking session and not been able to stop eating the whole of the next day? And you just crave lots of fatty foods like a full on English fried breakfast? If so you are definitely not alone and in fact there’s a reason for that craving. An extensive study of 15,000 adults* found that those who drink more alcohol tend to consume less fruit and vegetables, make poorer food choices all round, and consume more calories from both the alcoholic beverages and foods high in unhealthy fats and added sugars. Alcoholic drinks by themselves are really high in calories. A small glass of... Read On

Alcohol Detox

If you are even considering an alcohol detox then congratulations as that is the first step towards a much healthier you. However you need to be aware that starting an alcohol detox can be a difficult and painful journey. If you are a heavy drinker then always consult a trained medical professional and be honest about your alcohol intake as alcohol withdrawal can include severe complications such as seizures and hallucinations that can lead into what is termed “Delirium tremens” a medical emergency, which has a 5% mortality rate. If you are more of a social drinker and less chemically dependent on alcohol, then you might consider an Alcohol... Read On

Alcoholism Hypnosis

If there ever was a magic wand, that could help you change anything about your life, your health or your behavior, then hypnosis is a proven tool that could help you achieve just that. Alcoholism hypnosis specifically helps you to a), get rid of the unconscious drivers, blocks and fears that keep urging you to drink and b), create a new inner belief to make permanent and lasting positive changes in the way you think, feel and behave. Read On

Alcoholism Cures

I didn’t have the money to invest in expensive alcohol rehab centers and I didn’t feel like going public in an AA meeting. So I cured myself by reading a few books and doing a couple of at home hypnosis courses. It didn’t happen overnight – not that I am a slow learner – I think it just takes a while. The starting point was becoming conscious that I had a problem. Read On

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