When is it time to stop drinking or using? What are the red flags and warning signs to look for that indicate you've taken it as far as you can? One of the reasons so many people consider sobriety in their 30s and 40s is that the physical demands of drinking are no longer fun and cute. The older we get, the more brutal and crippling the hangovers become. We lose the ability to deal with the flood of poison we pour into our bodies. And it's important to realize that alcohol is simply that; poison. There is no nutritional value to alcohol. It serves no purpose other than to alter the chemical composition of your brain temporarily.
If you drink long enough and hard enough, your body will begin to rebel against the poison washing through your stomach, liver, and blood. The human body can only take so much abuse before it begins to break down from the onslaught. And if like me, you're also adding cigarettes and drugs into the mix, it's only a matter of time before your body collapses from exhaustion.
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