March 12, 2012

How To Quit Alcoholism And How Alcohol Can Confuse You

How to quit alcoholism can be a very confusing question if alcohol has a complete control over your life, meaning your decision making condition is in an continual state of confusion, and will not take into consideration the negative issues involved with alcoholism.

If it is that alcohol brings about such a number if negative issues, why is it not only legal, but in some cases accepted?

Although it is that we have placed a limit on what we as a society will tolerate, we still allow the use and consumption of a potentially unhealthy, dangerous, and even deadly substance when consumed at sometimes even moderate amounts. So why is it that there is even the mixed message that exists in our society?

The fact is the alcohol has spread from coast to coast like a deadly virus and it is not only found in pubs and bars, but also in restaurants, at sporting events, night clubs, hotels and practically anywhere which involves groups of people under one roof. The sale of alcohol is not only an exclusive right for liquor stores and off licenses, meaning that almost anyone has access to this lethal substance and at almost any time during the day.

Now with a simple trip to the grocery store, or at a stop to get gas at the local convenience store, an adult can make a legal purchase of anything from cans to bottles, cases and in some locations even kegs of whatever alcoholic beverages they may want.

Advertising is also a big culprit in marketing alcohol into what we can view as a cool thing to do and if you really open your eyes, alcohol has invaded our lives. You can find alcohol advertising in sporting events, on the TV, in the cinema, in magazines and on publicity boards. The market is basically saturated with alcohol and all in the cause of making us think that alcohol is socially acceptable.

Warnings have not stopped alcohol usage, so we need to create other deterrents in addition to the ones currently in place. We as a society can choose not to glamorize alcohol, in turn making it less “cool.” We can say no to advertisements and commercials promoting alcohol usage. The message can be sent out emphasizing and supporting a healthy and safe lifestyle free from the use of alcohol, and finally manage to quit alcoholism.

Quit Alcohol Guide
“A Practical Approach To Understanding And Dealing With Alcoholism”
www.StopDrinkingAdvice.org/Free-Guide
(Just Click On The Link To Change For Life)

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