7 Reasons People Want To Know
How To Quit Drinking Alcohol
So you have decided that now is the right time for you to learn how to quit drinking alcohol, but do you really need or want to quit alcohol altogether?
My revolutionary Drink Less Mind Program teaches you how to regain control over alcohol and significantly reduce the amount of alcohol you drink. Drink Less Mind instills strategies and techniques in you that can be used to quit drinking alcohol altogether but the main focus is training your brain to know when it is time for you to stop drinking.
I have successfully treated tens of thousands of people across the world and I have noticed that there are generally 7 reasons people drink too much and want to quit alcohol. See if you can identify with any one of them, if you can, now is the right time to try the Drink Less Mind:
Family commitments, clashes and pressures are very common reasons for people turning to alcohol and wanting to quit drinking. This can easily lead to you using alcohol as a form of escapism. If you do 'need to escape from the family', the Drink Less Mind will show you how to effectively handle this type of situation. You not only improve your own life but those of your family and friends around you.
- Active Social Life
This is a trap that I certainly fell in to and actually inspired the change in me. I was constantly going out in the evening with friends or having long lunches, which all inevitably lead to heavy drinking. For me, at that time, and subsequently the thousands of clients I have helped since, it was the regular hangovers, worry about the night before and other low points that caused a huge range of emotions and a general loss of control towards alcohol. It is possible, however, to enjoy an active social life, without having to drink heavily, you can keep control and the Drink Less Mind will show you how.
- Peer Pressure
Ok so all your friends are going out drinking all the time and you feel that to be social and not get questioned, it's easier to just go along with it and drink as well. There is another way! I show you how to deal with these situations and the peer pressure that comes with it - never feel pressured again!
Drinking alcohol can very quickly become one of life's little routines. Get in from work and have a nice glass of wine, this inevitably leads to a bottle and this happening a few times a week develops a habit that is hard to break from. The Drink Less Mind shows you 6 simple things that you can do yourself that will break that alcohol routine forever.
- Reward and Relax
Hands up anyone that has treated themselves with a few drinks after achieving something? Now, hands up, who has started to think up more and more reasons to reward behavior with a drink? Alcohol should be a reward or relaxant but there are so many other things you can explore to reward and relax, the The Drink Less Mind will show you how.
- Work Avoidance
Whether you have a pile of ironing to do or a big presentation due in, it is very easy to 'put it off' by having a few drinks or drinking for a bit of Dutch courage. All of a sudden a quick drink can lead to an over-dependence on alcohol and you thinking - 'I need to quit drinking alcohol'. The Drink Less Mind will tame this.
- Woken with a Hangover
It is amazing how common it is that people see drinking more alcohol as a genuine way to cure a hangover. In someway the logic is sound, however, it is a dangerous game you are playing and all of a sudden your hangover cure becomes a real issue. The Drink Less Mind teaches you all about alcohol free days. In fact I offer an alcohol free days mini-program free with the main program or you can purchase this separately, learn more here- alcohol free days.
If you relate to any one of these reasons for wanting to quit drinking alcohol then the Drink Less Mind could really help you. Why not sample Day 1 completely free and listen to my special one-off audio track by filling in your name and email in the rolling banner on the right hand side.
The Drink Less Mind will teach you how to quit drinking alcohol as a coping mechanism and you can start today!
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