How To Have A Healthy Relationship With Alcohol

March 2, 2018  |  
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First of all, if you feel that you have a problem with drinking, that’s a serious issue that requires professional help. This article isn’t for those individuals. That being said, if you know you aren’t addicted to alcohol, but you simply lead a lifestyle that is conducive to accidentally overdoing it, read on. Some professionals just have networking happy hours to attend several times a week, or work retreats centered around pina coladas and beer brewing every month. Some individuals, like bartenders, cocktail servers, and food servers, simply work a lot around alcohol, and even have it offered to them for free every day. Under those circumstances, it’s easy to wake up one day and realize, “Woah. I had alcohol every day this month.” And that doesn’t feel great. Here are tips for having a healthy relationship with alcohol.

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If it’s late at night, skip it

If you’re only going to be awake for another hour, a cocktail would be wasted. You’ll barely still be awake before its effects kick in, but you will suffer the negative consequences of waking up to pee all night.

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