I lot us are like this, it becomes a habit, I find it very difficult to cut down but bizarrely I can stop for a month. I do think that I would benefit from stopping all together, however we’re a boozy sociable family so it does make it difficult.I regularly have months off, like you l can't cut back, it's all or nothing. When off l feel all the benefits you mentioned in your first post, but l never have as good a time...l don't know anybody who doesn't drink.
My mate has given up for the same reason, he's also allergic to onions which was a new one on me.Having quit for long periods of time before I’ve now reached the point I just have zero interest in booze. I have no idea how long it has bend since I drank. Probably weeks more than months.
I’m fed up of a lifetime of IBS and a dietician suggested I quit drinking to see if it helped. It has. So this is an easy decision!
Quittin’ has also enabled me to start getting up a 4.30am every day. I’m getting so much more done!
Yup me too, and garlic. I had an inkling I might be allergic garlic because my mum and sister are also allergic. I'd never had garlic before I met my wife! It's amazing!My mate has given up for the same reason, he's also allergic to onions which was a new one on me.
I did over 3 months tea total, then this bloody bug hit (we've worked through it but been some odd stuff going on at work), slipped back into the habit.I've just had a look at this and my original post was from last year. This year though, this year...whoa, it's been considerably different. No races, no gatherings, no real reason to be the svelt young lothario I was this time last year. Having found no cause to give up the booze, I have more....embraced the golden nectar. I reckon I weigh at least two kilos more than I did last September and since April, I haven't gone more than one week without the Don Revie. One more reason to hate this bloody virus thing!
Do the police know you practice cannibalism?I have never been into drinking, even when I was younger and can't understand the binge drinking culture in the UK. Same with smoking, I have never smoked and never had the desire to do so. A bit of a boring person really . I don't even drink a pint of cider a week and a glass of wine occasionally. When somebody buys me a bottle a wine, it goes in the cellar and only comes out when we have visitors to eat.
I am quite happy with orange squash or such likes, even plain old fashion water.
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