Quit Drinking - Megan Rice - E-Book

Quit Drinking E-Book

Megan Rice

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Alcohol addiction is at an all-time high, as are its subsequent consequences such as obesity, depression, anxiety, and loneliness.
Quit Drinking offers an eye-opening, confidence-boosting alternative to willpower-centered approaches to health, wellness, and sobriety. This book is ideal for the struggling alcoholic as well as the concerned friend or family member.
Take this opportunity to embark on your journey to self-recovery and self-discovery to gain control of your life. Through an in-depth logical exploration of the social, biological, and psychological factors that make up alcoholism, this book will help you Quit Drinking in the most natural manner possible - by understanding yourself.  
In Quit Drinking you will learn:
How to identify when your drinking is an issue.
What social and biological factors motivate your drinking patterns and how diet, sleep, and exercise enable - or help prevent - alcohol dependencies.
How to approach health and wellness from a holistic perspective.
An alternative to using willpower alone to Quit Drinking.
How to listen to and learn from your emotions instead of numbing them by drinking.
Coping mechanisms can help you deal with stress, anxiety, and depression.
Methods to identify your cravings for alcohol and learn how to curb them.
How to manifest changes in your reality that align with what you hold most valuable in life.
The method for approaching and achieving wellness proposed by this work combines ground-breaking psychotherapeutic approaches with ancient alchemical teachings in a practical guide to understand and overcome alcohol dependency.
The first step to recovery is awareness. The second step is putting your health and wellbeing at the forefront of your recovery. Quit Drinking contains the necessary tools and insight for success.
It's time to reach your true potential. Begin your journey now to a meaningful life.

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Quit Drinking

A Healthy Approach to Building Atomic Habits to Quit Your Drinking Addiction

Megan Rice

Copyright 2021 by Megan Rice - All rights reserved.

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The Author and the publisher do not hold any responsibility for errors, omissions or contrary interpretation of the subject matter herein. This book is presented solely for motivational and informational purposes only.



Why do People drink Alcohol?

Effects of Alcohol on Your Body

What is Alcoholism

Types of Alcoholism

Causes of Alcoholism

Alcoholism Risk Factors

The Disease of Addiction

Why People Relapse?

9+1 Way to Quit drinking

1.      Work out a plan

2.      Talk about it

3.      Change your environment

4.      Make time for self-care

5.      Reach out for support

6.      Drinking non-alcoholic drinks

7.      Make the most out of your hangover-free mornings

8.      Build up your motivation to change

9.      Using Natural remedies to quit drinking

10.      Don't Give Up




Around 2 billion individuals overall devour alcoholic drinks, which can have prompt and long-term consequences on health and social life. More than 76 million people are presently affected by alcohol use disorders, for example, alcohol reliance and abuse. Contingent upon the measure of alcohol consumed and the example of drinking, alcohol consumption can prompt inebriation and alcohol reliance. It can bring about disablement or death from accidents or contribute to depression and suicide. Moreover, it can cause chronic illnesses, for example, cancer and liver disease in individuals who've been drinking heavily for some years.

Alcohol has a toll of 1.8 million deaths every year, which addresses 3.2% of all deaths worldwide. Unexpected wounds represent about 33% of the deaths from alcohol. Alcohol is the third most basic reason for demise in developed nations. In the predetermined number of agricultural nations where mortality is low, alcohol is the main source of illness and sickness.

Damage to human existence is frequently portrayed regarding the loss of "disability-adjusted life-years" (DALYs). This measure considers the quantity of years lost because of unexpected losses just as the years went through living with a disability.

Worldwide, alcohol causes a deficiency of 58.3 million DALYs annually, which addresses 4% of the total loss of DALYs from all causes. Mental disorders and illnesses of the sensory system account for about 40% of DALYs lost due to alcohol.

Why do People drink Alcohol?

For a great many people, a drink or two can be an approach to celebrate an occasion or praise a decent meal. Others may not appreciate alcohol by any stretch of the imagination; they don't care for the taste, they don't care for the vibe of being tipsy, or they don't care for feeling out of control. In case you end up finding a way into these categories, understanding the difficult drinker in your life can be troublesome.

At Origins, we are an organization involved to a great extent of recuperated alcoholics, so we see really well why individuals drink—not just toward the start of their "drinking vocations," however whenever addiction has grabbed hold.

The "Effect Produced"

In the beginning phases of drinking, people frequently find that alcohol creates a scope of lovely effects. These effects are frequently slippery to such an extent that people keep on drinking even after their drinking has become "a problem." Here are a couple of those effects noted by both moderate drinkers and alcoholics the same.

Stress Relief

For both moderate consumers and alcoholics, alcohol has awesome anxiolytic ("anti-anxiety") properties, which means it can restrain anxiety or the sensation of stress. It is a typical path for individuals to loosen up in the wake of a monotonous day's work.

Alcoholics frequently discover this effect from the beginning in their drinking careers. As addiction takes hold, the beset person continues to drink despite evidence that alcohol is done giving any semblance of stress relief. Moved by the delusion that they can stop after a glass or two, they unsuccessfully chase this sensation of relief. As a rule, for the alcoholic, drinking alcohol exacerbates the very stress they were expecting to maintain a strategic distance from.