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What You Should Know About Giving Up Alcohol

Almost everyone knows that when you have a problem with alcohol, you probably should give it up, but for the alcoholic, it’s just not that simple. There are many benefits to giving up alcohol but there are also a few risks associated with it. Fortunately, the benefits outweigh the risks. Your physical and mental health will improve and there are many social benefits to quitting drinking.

Health Benefits

According to the National Library of Medicine, the risks to your health will decrease dramatically. The primary benefits of not drinking are you are no longer at risk for:

  • heart disease
  • gastrointestinal disease
  • pancreatitis
  • a variety of cancers
  • liver damage
  • kidney damage

Your skin will look better because you will no longer be constantly dehydrated from alcohol use. Your hair and nails will grow healthier for the same reason. When you are dehydrated due to alcohol use, it ruins your general appearance.

Giving Up Alcohol

Giving up alcohol will reduce your risk of major health issues.

If you give up alcohol, premature aging and other negative consequences will stop.

Most people who abuse alcohol suffer from nerve damage. If you give up alcohol this nerve damage should reverse itself over time and the trembling will stop.

You can only take advantage of these benefits by seeking treatment. You can find a treatment center that works for you by calling 800-481-6965 (Who Answers?) .

Psychological Benefits

According to the Centers for Disease Control, alcohol causes several mental health issues. These issues are:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • mood disorders
  • stress
  • bi-polar disorder

Once you stop drinking and receive the proper treatment for these mental health issues, many of these disorders will decrease in severity. Most people who seek treatment for their alcohol abuse can also seek treatment for any existing mental health issues that they have at the same time. Alcoholism is often a form of self medication.

Social Benefits

There are social benefits to giving up alcohol as well.

  • Your friends and family will no longer be embarrassed by your drinking.
  • Drinking on the job or being hung over while working will stop.
  • Your school or work performance will improve.
  • Friends will start to want to be around you again.

These are not the only social benefits. Most of the social benefits you experience are unique to your situation and circumstances. The only way to experience these benefits is by seeking treatment for your alcohol abuse.

Giving Up Alcohol – 5 Reasons to Seek Professional Treatment

Risks of Giving up Alcohol

There are risks of giving up alcohol suddenly. In order to do so safely, you will need to make sure that you detox from alcohol in a safe environment. Alcohol detox can cause:

  • seizures
  • convulsions
  • extreme high blood pressure
  • hallucinations
  • heart failure

If you decide to detox from alcohol, make sure you do it the right way by seeking a treatment center that can help. To find the right treatment center for you call 800-481-6965 (Who Answers?) . Giving up alcohol the right way is the only way to give it up without risk.

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