There is evidence that drinking one or two small glasses of wine a day may extend your life expectancy, and reduce your chances of heart disease.
However, while those one or two small glasses of wine are relatively harmless, and may even have health benefits, drinking habits can creep up.
It might be that you are using alcohol as a way of dealing with stress or worries you’ve had, a way to unwind and round off your day or to get to sleep.
Or perhaps you’ve simply let the habit get out of control, and you’ve gradually upped your intake over the years without giving it much thought.
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Once you start regularly drinking to excess, your ability to work and function well the next day can get increasingly compromised, and physical and mental health can rapidly worsen.
Alcohol abuse can steal careers, marriages, health, and, of course, money from people.
It also steals dignity and lives. addiction can be outgrown and it is not part of your identity.
A little wine can help kick start your evening relaxation but once that’s done you’ll find you can continue relaxing naturally and healthily without having to be damaged by excessive alcohol.
You’ll soon discover that you can unwind in different ways – like exercising or taking a shower, but there are better ways of doing it than overloading your liver and muddling your mind.
Contact Susan Crozier, clinical hypnotherapist, on 0417 694 792.