Quitting drinking is not as easy as starting to drink in the first place. It is a life-changing decision that can lead toimproved physical and mental health, stronger relationships, and a brighter future.
In a world where alcohol has become a social norm and a means of relaxation for many, the decision to quit drinking can be both empowering and transformative.
For centuries, people have consumed alcohol to boost sociability, escape problems, find enjoyment, gain a sense of power, and as part of ritualistic practices.
People drink for various reasons such as to socialize, to celebrate, to forget bitter moments and sometimes people even drink to muster courage to face a difficult situation.
Consuming alcohol is not a novel practice and has been there for millions of years around the world. There are sutras in Vedas that mentioned swilling of Sura, Madya or Madira (alcohol) by people on special occasions.
Are you ready to quit drinking? There is no such thing as
cutting down to a healthier level, because addiction can never
in any level be healthier.
You can bring change any time and have not to wait until anything untoward happens. Alcoholism always comes with some major hazards.