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BANGKOK 18 October 2018 21:33
startracker

How to break the routine of drinking every night?

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I believe there is medication that makes you feel sick if you drink alcohol. I think it's called 'Topiramate'?

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this was me. Missis made me stop basically by nagging me to death over it. Its hard to enjoy a drink when your getting whined at incessently. Now its just a weekend thing and Im glad she got me stop. I dont miss going to work with  a hangover!!

 

why not have a earnest pop at giving it a miss for a week and see how youre doing. If you cant stop then that's dependency!! Good luck.

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5 minutes ago, startracker said:

For me:

 

I'm not enjoying it like I used to.

It's starting to effect my private/family life to a small degree.

I'm 40 and don't want to be doing it until I'm 60.

Don't want to become dependent on it.

Way to go is to cut back to the 'tingly' stage, then top up a little to keep in the zone.

I'm doing about half your dose, mainly after lunch, not late at night so no hangover the next day.

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Just stop drinking for few days, as an experiment, after 1 week or less, you will feel different.

Of course, if all your friends are drinking, it might be difficult, but you are always free to start drinking again.

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Would like to know what your routine is,where do you drink?do you drink alone?Do you go out?

Do you have anything else you could be doing at night?

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2 hours ago, luckyluke said:

i am 70, still drink about 5 pints every other day.

 

I feel good when I drink, not when I don't.

 

Not drinking everyday is only a financial matter.

If half of my life was unhappy, I'd do something to change it.

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