How to Drink Less and Still Have Social Life

It is common among both young and adults that their socializing, going out and enjoying time are associated with drinking alcohol. Although, it can be drinking small portion, still this type of socializing and drinking can be harmful for your health. If you are like others who love social drinking or even drinking at home or in a private place, it is simply because your brain loves when you drink. As per recent studies, although you feel confident and smarter when you drink, your body doesn’t know this, which is the reason for you to feel really bad, painful and lousy after having a drink. Most probably, it is the next day after you drink alcohol.

How to Drink Less and Still Have Fun
Now, here are few suggestions to drink less alcohol.

Set a limit

If you really eager to drink alcohol including wine drinking but still want to cutback it, then set yourself a limit. Usually 2-3 ounces are the daily limit for anyone. Try to keep the limit and don’t go beyond. Also try to cutback your limit gradually. Keep track of your alcohol intake and see the progress by cutting back the quantity of intake time to time.

Focus on the benefits of not drinking.

If you want to drink less, then simply focus on the benefits you gain simply because of not drinking. Once you start focusing on the benefits of not drinking, you will feel better and those alcohol free benefits will help you to stop drinking.

How to Drink Less and Still Have Social Life

Join with a program that helps you to cut down alcohol

Join with a program such as ‘Drink Less Mind‘ which really helps you to alcohol reduction that would be really helpful for you. With support from others you will gain your self-esteem without drinking alcohol.

In a recent article with mirror.co.uk Georgia Foster who is the creator of The Drink Less Mind program shared 4 demons of drinking. As per her, the four demons for drinking are the inner critic, THE PERFECTIONIST, The Pleaser and The inner child. The Drink Less Mind is the concept of renowned hypnotherapist, top-selling author Georgia Foster who has been treating clients for many years with her programs and workshops. As per Georgia Foster, excessive drinking is rooted to our personalities.

Check www.georgiafoster.com For more information about the workshops and how to cut down alcohol.

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