Dealing With Alcohol Cravings

How To Stop Alcohol Cravings, Do You Want To Know How To Stop Alcohol Cravings? Cravings for alcohol are one of the biggest reasons people who try to quit alcohol will start drinking again. Cravings are, for the most part, in the head. You can engineer the outside world to a certain degree, changing your home so there’s no drink around, telling your friends and family that you are going to quit, and avoiding certain places. But it’s in your head where you will do the heavy lifting. If you don’t get your head right, in the frame of mind for quitting drinking and avoiding the temptations, you are going to be fighting an uphill battle. Visit the site here: http://alcoholmastery.com/how-to-stop-alcohol-cravings

There are many long and short term methods to stop cravings. Some are physical like eating good food, getting exercise, or curling up at night for a good night’s sleep. Others are mental fixes.

One of the best things that worked for me was playing the movie of my drinking in my mind.

When I’d get a craving, I would fixate on the pint of Guinness, the chat with my mates, and the atmosphere in the bar.

I found that if I ran the whole night through in my head, like a movie, it would stop me dead in my tracks.

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Do You Want To Know How To Stop Alcohol Cravings? Cravings for alcohol are one of the biggest reasons people who try to quit alcohol will start drinking again. Cravings are, for the most part, in the head. You can engineer the outside world to a certain degree, changing your home so there’s no drink around, telling your friends and family that you are going to quit, and avoiding certain places. But it’s in your head where you will do the heavy lifting. If you don’t get your head right, in the frame of mind for quitting drinking and avoiding the temptations, you are going to be fighting an uphill battle. Visit the site here: http://alcoholmastery.com/how-to-stop-alcohol-cravings

There are many long and short term methods to stop cravings. Some are physical like eating good food, getting exercise, or curling up at night for a good night’s sleep. Others are mental fixes.

One of the best things that worked for me was playing the movie of my drinking in my mind.

When I’d get a craving, I would fixate on the pint of Guinness, the chat with my mates, and the atmosphere in the bar.

I found that if I ran the whole night through in my head, like a movie, it would stop me dead in my tracks.

Subscribe to the AlcoholMasteryTV channel for more great. Or come to the website at www.alcoholmastery.com

19 Comments

  1. All nervous and anxious going back round the pub in case you done out wrong….l hate alcohol it's ruined

  2. This is a great strategy. I have used it before. Now all I have to do is think about a hangover and that is enough to stop me in my tracks. I don't need to replay th whole movie in my head anymore.

  3. I been struggling with quoting for a few years and you have really helped me more so than any meeting . Thank you

  4. think this is a great strategy I'm desperate to stop drinking Kevin's videos help me he's more helpful than my Doctor who I've been to see

  5. If you are still getting hungover, you need to drink heavier and longer and the hangovers will eventually stop. You will adjust!

  6. going on two days sober. its been five years since i could say that. but i like this, im going to use this when i feel like i want a drink

  7. The best way to get over alcohol addiction is to never of started drinking in the first place

  8. one day sober today and I hate this video,and I hate all the people who commented,but most of all I hate me.

  9. I quit for a week at a time. But it just becomes overwhelming. Plus I'm addicted to benzos but have cut down alot. I drink when I have bad anxiety or panic attacks then once that subsides I drink more to be drunk. Then I wake up in the morning with worse fucking anxiety. Then I have to pop a few klonopin just to feel right. This is miserable