Daily Dose of Living

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In today’s post we will learn what happens when you stop drinking alcohol for a month. Now we all know that alcohol has a lot of harmful effects on the body in a long run. Let’s look at what happens when you decide to give up alcohol for 30 days :

  • The first seven days are tough. Your liver will have a hard time flushing out the toxins from alcohol and the bad food you consumed while drunk (late night burgers, fries and pizza).
  • You will be challenged. Many people particularly guys will be incredulous about your lifestyle choice. At first, it will bother you, which will make it much worse.
  • Acceptance will come eventually. When you get challenged by friends, and eventually learned to laugh and be strong in your head. Once you accept that it is your choice and own your stock response about not drinking, your friends and family will accept it.
  • You will sleep like a baby. Studies show that even a small amount of alcohol messes with your sleep. You will now get the initial REM sleep which you normally miss when you drink alcohol.
  • You will lose weight. Why? Alcohol contains a lot of empty calories. Drinking makes you eat a lot more food, especially junk like fries and desserts. Quitting drinking gives you the energy to be more active.
  • Your perception will shift. In “The Power of Habit,” Charles Duhigg explains that one set of neurological patterns (old habits) can be overridden by new patterns. By focusing on one “keystone habit”(not drinking), you will teach yourself how to reprogram other routines in my life.
  • You will continue to be tested. Be brave.

Feel better, look better, lose weight, save money and have better relationships. Now, that’s a cocktail. Hope this helped. Come back tomorrow for more life inspiration.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. capost2k says:

    “I’ll drink to that!” 😂
    Just teasin’. My parents were tea-totalers and I did not have my first alcoholic drink until I went to an Episcopal communion in college. A point of pride, I have never been drunk in my life; but before you bring out the gold medal for me, realize it was more a matter of economics than morality. I can’t stand the taste of beer, and the sweet drinks I liked were always too expensive to have more than one.
    Moderation is the key to any pleasant thing in life. If one insists on drinking (and there is no reason one MUST drink), it should be limited to one liquor drink or glass of wine per day or LESS.

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    1. GS says:

      I agree Moderation is key

      Like

  2. Be brave look great do better

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    1. GS says:

      Exactly..excellent mantra Vincent

      Like

    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!!
        xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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