What is sobriety?
Sobriety is a situation in which it does not have any measurable levels or effects of alcohol or other drug use. Sobriety is the natural or real state of the human body given at birth. A person who is awake called sobriety.
Here are some sobriety steps:
- Early sobriety: Early sobriety lasts at least 1 month, but less than 1 year
- Sobriety continues: sobriety continues for at least 1 year, but less than 5 years
- Fixed sobriety: Fixed sobriety lasts at least 5 years
The struggles he faced early sobriety
Here are some of the problems you face when accustomed to waking up early:
- Sober Lifestyle Settings
Newly recovered addicts need to make a lot of changes at the time, such as changing habits, changing healthy habits, changing friendships (friends who avoid addiction) and social unity, changing how to deal with stress, and changing emotional problems that can no longer fail.
- Create a new support group:
Drug users need to find a support group and join it where they feel comfortable and welcoming. This step is important for newly revived drug users.
- Role changes:
Newly revived drug users tend to take on more responsibilities with friends, family and colleagues, increasing the availability of people who can ignored during this time. When addicts cannot do it because of drug use.
- Dealing with the early stages of sobriety and recovery:
If necessary, newly revived drug users can seek medical training or help relieve withdrawal symptoms. With positive coping skills (relaxation skills, meditation, focus, prayer, call supporters, etc.), drug users can get rid of themselves that will help them build their confidence and ability to cope with life’s challenges.
- Reduce it from now on, if you can, don’t drink
The left has a stern argument that not drinking is no means better for your health, but how do teachers tell serenities to drink less?
Even, I could have predicted, I said, should not I drink it? This is a shock, although the latest research findings cannot helped.
The more you drink, the greater your health risks. The right amount is 20 grams (1 due), the risk of lifestyle-related diseases increases by 40 grams (two go) and the risk of all diseases increases. Weigh 60 grams (three go). Our experts call it one go rule, two go, and three go. For women and the elderly, nearly half of them are applicable.
Drinking more than 60 grams of alcohol a day is bad for your health, so reducing these people is desirable, but so far people who drink 60 grams a day can’t suddenly get to zero, so I tell them to drink until they get close to 20 grams a day.
For example, if you are an alcoholic and drink 20 grams a day, the latest study has shown that even a small amount is risky, so let us reduce it even further. You do not have to force it to be zero, but be careful to reduce your alcohol consumption. If you want to reduce the risk of drinking alcohol, it should reduce. The difference is that those who have taken the right amount should keep it as small as possible.
Substantive components of sobriety
The following are the basic components of sobriety that every drug users must adapt to during their recovery:
The motivation to avoid addiction always comes from a commitment to a better future and confidence in the ability to overcome daily challenges and obstacles in search of a goal. Hope is primarily an important personal trait in finding goals in life, but can raised by best friends, family and other followers.
Empowerment is a key factor in the success of any endeavor in life. Empowering and focusing on future goals promotes empowerment in the healing process rather than past failures.
Addicts should blame themselves. By taking control of your path in life, including risk, effort and reward. Self-care is the ultimate key and the only way to achieve the goals of recovery and life.