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Life without alcohol, What? For many of us, alcohol is a means of enjoying life. A beer on the porch on sunny evenings or wine to pair romantic meals with, alcohol has long been associated with fun.
Flashy adverts urge people to drink and construct the idea that drinking is cool or hip.
But of course, the adverts are trying to sell a product and will only provide information that is beneficial to their sales. Alcohol is definitely not a healthy thing. And the sad thing is that alcohol addiction is not immediately noticeable like drugs. You may believe that you are in control of your consumption until one day, you aren’t.
Drinking is so common that it affects millions of people worldwide negatively. While it directly impacts your own health, it can also cascade into the lives of the people you surround yourself with. Although it takes some time to accept that you are addicted to alcohol, it is definitely possible to turn back and climb out of this situation.
Could You Be An Alcoholic?
Perhaps you are here because you think you are an alcoholic, or perhaps your loved one is. You may have heard that there are benefits of stopping drinking and want to do some background research. In any of these cases, you are in the right place. We know the ins and outs of this situation and wish to help you and your dear ones.
Regardless of what your consumption level is, alcohol is dangerous to your health. There are several benefits of abstaining, read on to find out more!
People who drink might notice that they cannot lose weight effectively. This is because alcohol is a source of empty calories, and the body stores these as fats. There is no nutritional benefit of consuming alcohol. Especially if you are a binge drinker, it can cause severe problems with weight management.
However, if you stop drinking, you can avoid these empty calories. Your body metabolism returns to normal and your workouts become more effective. This means that your energy levels are also in tune with the day. You will notice having high energy during the day and deep sleep during the night. This makes you look and feel healthier.
Alcohol is a contributing factor to nearly 60 different diseases, impacting your risk of contracting cancer, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive problems. Alcohol is currently classified as a group 1 carcinogen.
By consuming alcohol, you are shrinking your brain, which is associated with late-life dementia. It interferes with the nervous system which makes strokes and cardiac arrests more likely.
On the other hand, if you quit drinking, you will notice within a few weeks that your liver function, blood composition, and immune system have improved drastically. You may also notice that you are less likely to contract the common cold or other infectious diseases.
If you are physically hurt, alcohol can make the recovery slower. By quitting, you ensure that your body can combat the hurt. You may also notice that your fertility is higher.
Alcohol is popularly associated with sex, with the notion that it makes sexual encounters easier. However, it can make sex less satisfying. While alcohol raises libido, it hampers your ability to act upon it.
Men find it difficult to maintain erections and women may feel less sensitive. By staying sober, you are ensuring that you and your partner are enjoying the moment fully. This can make the experience more enjoyable.
Another good thing is that staying sober makes you less prone to risky sexual decisions. This means that you are better protected against sexually transmitted diseases, and avoid risky partners. It can also help prevent unwanted pregnancy by promoting safer sex.
Alcohol clearly harms the decision-making ability of most people. It can dull senses and make you less alert. Quitting drinking enables you to be in control of the decisions you take. It makes learning new things easier and thinking creatively more likely.
Alcohol is detrimental for long periods; hence even a night of drinking a lot can lead to three days of not being able to think clearly.
Alcohol not only acts on the body but also on the brain. It can wreak havoc on your mood and emotions. Drinking makes your moods more extreme than usual, leading to unexpected highs and lows.
Additionally, it causes depressive episodes between bouts of drinking. This can make it difficult to manage emotions, leading to outbursts. This can spill over into your personal life and damage your relationships.
Being sober makes sure that you feel the emotions in the right measure and that you can think and act clearly.
Stronger immune system
Alcohol makes the immune system weak, which makes it difficult to ward off diseases. Even one heavy drinking bout can make you more prone to infections for the next 24 hours. By stopping drinking, you allow your white blood cells to fight against foreign bodies and keep you healthy.
Heavy drinkers can be more likely to contract tuberculosis and pneumonia. Avoiding drinking lets your immune system slowly heal itself to be able to better protect you.
A healthier liver
The body processes alcohol in the liver, which means that it dispenses a lot of toxins. Over time, alcohol causes the liver to build a layer of fat. This is why heavy drinkers often have “beer bellies”. This is an early sign of liver disease that can lead to hepatitis, cirrhosis, and fibrosis.
But quit drinking and the effects are visible within no time’s Liver damage can be reversed within six weeks if you quit early enough. However, if you have already contracted cirrhosis and fibrosis, you cannot reverse that. Start right away to make sure that you keep your health a priority.
Large quantities of alcohol can damage the heart and weaken muscles, leading to strokes, hypertension, arrhythmia and heart disease. Quitting improves your heart health and prevents you from having cardiac arrests.
Regularly drinking alcohol can damage your pancreas. The pancreas is responsible for your digestion by secreting enzymes. Alcohol also inhibits your intestines from absorbing nutrients and this causes anorexia in some people.
When you drink a lot, your body also absorbs a lot of toxins because the intestinal wall is compromised. Stopping drinking can help prevent these effects.
Better mental health
Alcohol disrupts mood and sleep. But by quitting you are making sure that you can prevent these effects and recover from any that you are observing already.
After quitting, you can expect to sleep better, have more stable moods and not experience as much depression and anxiety. Alcohol makes mental health disorders worse, which is why some people still experience symptoms but at a lower intensity.
Social and personal benefits
Alcohol is known to lead to bad decisions. But people who quit can notice that they have more success in their life. This may be in terms of academic success, financial success or emotional stability.
These people are less likely to be involved in financial or legal problems. They have higher self-confidence and are considered to be more reliable.
Alcohol can cause you to ignore your personal relationships which can cause them to deteriorate. By abstaining, you are creating more opportunities for your relationship to rebuild themselves and flourish.
The benefits of quitting vary from person to person. For example, if you are a social drinker, quitting can help you have better moods.
Light drinking is not as damaging as heavy drinking, but the effects are obvious. On the other hand, if you are a heavy drinker, quitting can be tough but it can help you rebuild your personal life. You can recover from your addiction, destabilize yourself and ensure that the people who love you are happy to be around you.
Ready For A Life Without Alcohol
Getting rid of your consumption habits isn’t easy. Considering life without alcohol might be scary. People in your life might be compelling you to attend or try out a lot of different methods to stop drinking. And these might not always be helpful.
We believe that drinking is a genuine problem and should not be subject to labels. Many times, people send their loved ones to alcoholics anonymous or rehab centers. This might not necessarily work because the focus there is to treat you like someone who has willed himself or herself into this situation.
We think that you should not be viewed as incapable or weak-willed just because you are addicted to drinking. This is not a weakness; it is simply a problem with an easy solution.
At Stop Drinking Expert, we believe in enabling you to change your life by finally kicking the habit. And we believe that this is possible without being labeled, shamed or judged. Drinking is a consequence of your actions and not because you are weak.
You Are Not Broken
A lot of the time, helping people quit is based on teaching them to use their willpower better. But this is often unsuccessful. There is a better way that we have developed and would like to share with you.
Unlike other places, we don’t rely on rules, cliques or religion, and help you logically and scientifically. We don’t attach your problems to higher powers and let you be in control of your choices. There is absolutely no pressure to do anything.
The great thing is that we are affordable. You don’t have to spend a fortune to kick the habit. Most people don’t need to be in rehab, which is expensive and unnecessary.
Click here for more information on the Stop Drinking Expert
If you can function despite your drinking habits, there are ways to prevent yourself from drinking using more accessible techniques. Our program can be simplified into ten easy steps that we will guide you through. These steps are:
How to stop drinking without willpower
Here, we reveal some truths and dispel the myths associated with alcohol use. You will be convinced that quitting is not as difficult as it looks.
Stop drinking or cut back
Quitting is a big decision and it may seem daunting. For some people, quitting at once may be overwhelming and the pressure can cause them to fail. We let you decide what course of action you want to follow.
Never having to suffer cravings
We tell you the difference between chemical addiction and psychological addiction to help you understand your association with alcohol. This empowers you with the knowledge needed to quit.
Making sober your easy, default position
Here we teach you how to deprogram yourself from the psychological effects of alcohol, thereby making you healthier, mentally and physically
Getting the healthy, happy you back
Quite often, people are not addicted to alcohol; rather they are in a psychological loop. Alcohol withdrawal can be a major problem and we show you how to deal with it.
Living a happy, sober life
This is where many people realize that it is possible for them to live without alcohol and that they can take back control of their lives.
Replacing alcohol with fun and passion
Many people use alcohol to cope with boredom, anxiety, and loneliness. We show you how to avoid this and what to replace alcohol with.
The magic pill
Rather, the lack thereof. We will tell you all about the uselessness of prescription drugs and how to quit without their help.
Dealing with friends and family
Some people cannot imagine a happy life without alcohol. This is untrue, but peers and family can pressure you into drinking. We help you avoid this.
Staying quit without cravings
Quitting is easy, but staying that way is not. We give you the tools to do exactly that.
You may have a lot of questions about what we do, who we are and whether our program is effective for you. For many of you with the same question, we run a daily webinar on our website. The webinar is completely free and covers the basics of how to quit drinking.
You should trust on this, life without alcohol is better. Not just a little bit better, off the scale better!
Additionally, for everyone who registers, we will send out a free eBook on how to stop drinking. We will cover how to escape your problem safely and quickly, without relying on willpower.
We will also tell you why you are not someone who should be labeled an alcoholic and will teach you how to relax and enjoy life without drinking. Register now on our website to attend the daily webinar and find out more!