How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking

read moreJoin over 1,300 people from all over the world including all 50 US States who have used this unique solution which goes against most traditional treatment options – and therefore works! Learn how to effortlessly stick to your chosen limits when you drink. Or give up forever. You decide Finally be free from the craving and urge to drink Live a happier and healthier life including improved relationships with your loved ones

If you answered yes to any of these questions and you are tired of being hung-over, drinking a lot whether alone or in social situations and no longer want the guilty feelings and issues with the family, I would like to share with you on this very page, a unique solution, which can truly help you make an effortlessly and easily make changes to your drinking. Once and for all.

I understand your situation because I used to be a social drinker, drinking 2-3 times per week. However I would usually drink to excess. I could not stick to a limit. I didn’t drink everyday but when I did drink, I would end up getting drunk, doing stupid things and then wasting most of the next day with a hang over and feeling ill.

I eventually learnt to stop drinking using a technique I accidentally applied which caused me to immediately want to stop.

After a while, I realised I wanted to help other people stop drinking. Mild to moderate over-drinkers like me, not full-blown alcoholics. When I was doing the initial research for this Course, I realised there were very few choices for non-alcoholics.

Firstly, I found the shocking fact that there are very few alcoholics out there! If you are reading this, you are almost certainly not an alcoholic! According to an article in the LA Times, the National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism (NIAAA) conducted a groundbreaking National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.

Based in the United States, the NIAAA is the largest funder of alcohol research in the world. Their research about alcohol is evidence and data led. So no dogmatic or opinions – just research and facts.

Their finding is that only 1% of all those surveyed (from 43,000 people surveyed) fit the image of the ‘traditional’ alcoholic – i.e. severe, recurring alcohol addiction.

An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from alcohol-use disorder according to the DSM-5, the latest edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s diagnostic manual. And only c. 15% of these people are at the severe end of the spectrum. So for most people and (most likely yourself included) are in the mild to moderate range.

You are then most likely to be ‘a moderate over-drinker’ rather than a full-blown alcoholic!

However, the vast majority of treatments in the United States, label you as an alcoholic. Or treat you as if you are one, even if that label doesn’t apply to you.

According to Lance Dodes, a former Psychiatry Professor from Harvard Medical School and author of ‘The Sober Truth: Debunking the Bad Science Behind 12 Step Programs and the Rehab Industry’, he calculated AA’s actual success rate to be between 5% and 8%. Therefore, the vast majority of people who attend AA Meetings are not helped at all.

Many people think that AA is their only option or are unaware of other options. AA was originally developed for heavy, serious drinkers but has then been expanded to apply to everyone- regardless of their level of drinking problem. And 12% of AA attendees by the way are there because of Court Orders!

But what about the success rate of rehab facilities or in-patient centers? The answer is we don’t know. Many of these centers don’t release, publish or track data. Which would seem to indicate that it is probably not that high.

Plus, shockingly, there is no mandatory national certification exam for addiction counsellors and a 2012 Columbia University report on addiction medicine found that only six states in the US required alcohol and substance abuse counsellors to have at least a bachelor’s degrees. Fourteen States have no licence requirements at all!

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How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking
How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking
How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking
How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking
How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking

How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking

How To Give Up Alcohol Course: Learn How To Stop Drinking


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