Do You Drink To Escape Troubles or Worries?

The only way that drink is going to solve YOUR problems is if you drink yourself to death. Your problems will then be someone else’s… usually the “someone else” who cared about you the most! Problems and troubles and worries are a part of life, without them you cannot be. They’re our way of learning… you make mistakes, learn from them and move on… Also, read about how my fears liberated me!

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How To Stop Alcohol Cravings

There are many long and short term methods to stop cravings. Some are physical like eating good food, getting exercise, or curling up at night for a good night’s sleep. Others are mental fixes. One of the best things that worked for me was playing the movie of my drinking in my mind.

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Don't Wait To Stop Drinking? Why Wait? Why Risk Your Future? | SDA10

Don’t Wait To Stop Drinking? Why Wait? Why Risk Your Future? | SDA10

This is week 10 of my journey into alcohol mastery! On the site this week we had three more questions from the Johns Hopkins series. I take a look at my ups – losing more weight… and my downs – still feeling the effects of the pesky flu. The tip of the week is not to wait to give up alcohol, you’ll never find the perfect time. Just do it NOW!

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Is Drinking Jeopardizing Your Job or Business?

Is Drinking Jeopardizing Your Job or Business? The drinking golem is a sneaky bastard. It operates with patience and cunning over a long time. You won’t know it got you until it’s really got it’s claws dug in, by then it might be too late!

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Has Your Efficiency Decreased Since Drinking?

Has Your Efficiency Decreased Since Drinking? Setting goals in life is important in order to get anything done, to achieve things in your life. How are you going to be anyone if you have a problem with alcohol?

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Does Drinking Cause You To Have Trouble Sleeping?

This is the twelfth post in the Johns Hopkins 20 Questions series of articles. In this post, I talk about the need for a good night’s sleep and how this is nearly impossible if you’ve been drinking. Many people use alcohol to drop off to sleep at night. The problem is that it won’t help you to have that restful night’s sleep that is crucial for your health!

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Quit Drinking Alcohol – There Will Be Good, Bad and Great Days | SDA9

http://traffic.libsyn.com/alcoholmastery/01_Stop_Drinking_Alcohol_Week_9_-_Go.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS (0.25) The site this week (0.42) Ups and downs for the week (2.05) Tip of the week Thursday Tally 9 Transcript This is Alcohol Mastery, my name’s Kevin O’Hara and welcome to the Thursday Tally 9. First of all, if you…

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100 Health Risks of Alcohol Use

http://alcoholmastery.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/10-Health-Risks-of-Alcohol-Use-.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS (0.27) Introduction (0.45) 1. Heart Attack (1.15) 2. Cirrhosis of the Liver (1.42) 3. Coma (1.55) 4. Anemia (2.32) 5. Diabetes (3.11) 6. Gout (3.31) 7. High Blood Pressure (4.22) 8. Kidney Disease (4.59) 9. Korsakoff’s Psychosis (5.27) 10. Erectile Dysfunction…

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What If You Forget You're a Non-Drinker! Are You an Alcoholic? | SDA8

What If You Forget You’re a Non-Drinker! Are You an Alcoholic? | SDA8

Welcome to the Thursday Tally 8. This week’s tip is not to worry if you forget that you’re a non-drinker, we all do it, and a story about an 18 year old and 6 months worth of tequilla. Also running 20 minutes for the first time in years, not losing any weight, and the weather’s been crap. Plus a rundown of the rest of the week’s news!

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Do You Crave a Drink at a Definite Time Daily?

This is the eleventh question of 20 in the Johns Hopkins series of videos to see if you are an alcoholic… After a hard day’s work, the pint craving was a huge one for me. It’s not easy to get over a habit but it’s possible, a few weeks is all it takes!

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