Drinking Alcohol Everyday For 20 Years? Secret to breaking FREE!

Drinking alcohol every day for 20 years will cause so much damage that it might take many years to recover.

Here are some of the damages you might encounter:

  • Physical damage (Throat, voice box, liver, and lungs)
  • Financial (You must have spent money at least or equal to owning a home)
  • Emotional damage (for every drink you chose over your friends and family)
  • Status (Most of the people you hold dear will suffer bad experiences after you get drunk)
  • Company (you might have people around you who care for your drink only and never you)

Here are the things which can make them right:

  • Stay close to your parents and people who advise you to quit drinking. Listen to their advice and work on it.
  • Try reaching out to friends and remind them that they’re valuable to you.
  • Try bathing and grooming on a daily basis. Stop going to places where you can be tempted or provoked into drinking.
  • Change your daily routine, and engage in physical labor or work
  • Try limiting your drinks, don’t stop at once you’ll fail. Instead, limit it to what you’ll drink after the desired date. If you meet your target cheers enjoy but not over!
  • Find a thing that you love to do a hobby for example and master it.

Cheers. Have a good life ahead!

I am 20 and have Been Drinking Heavily For 3 Years. How Damaged am I?

Bad news? You’re significantly damaged.

Good news? You’re only 20 so you still got time to turn back now.

I advise you to change your ways now to enjoy a good chance of recovery.

Don’t put it off. Start today.

Most heavy drinkers are masking something. Most times, this thing is emotional, rather than physical.

Heavy drinking or drug use before 25 can lead to some long-term mental and cognitive health issues (not to mention liver issues down the line).

However, I don’t want to scare you so I recommend you begin to work towards moderation, and if it feels like it is an addiction and you cannot moderate on your own, get help to get there.

You deserve a healthy mind and body.

If you are drinking to forget the trauma and emotional pain, also, I say please get the help you need. You deserve more. You truly do.

If it is to have fun at parties because you don’t feel fun without it… learn to appreciate how incredible you can be/are without it. Learn all your fun little quirks and appreciate them.

Sometimes it takes someone else to help you find your good qualities and help you appreciate just how uniquely wonderful you are.

ALSO SEE: What Happens If You Drink Alcohol Everyday For A Week?

Drinking Alcohol Everyday For 20 Years

A Man Gets Absolutely Drunk Every Day For 10 Years. He then has 10 Years with No Alcohol Whatsoever. Is he still an alcoholic?

He is a recovered alcoholic.

He should take tests to know if the alky did any long-term treatment or not.

Also, he should exercise more, enjoy time with family and friends, and should eat healthy, home-cooked meals on time.

If you are a sober person don’t be too hard on alcoholics and dismiss them as a waste of humanity. Alcoholism is indeed a disease, not a moral failing or weakness. Try to get them the kind of help that got me better.

My dad has been drinking since he was 16. He is now 51 and drinks a whole bottle of famous Goose whiskey a day (sometimes even more). In an estimation, how long will it take him to finally die?

If your dad has been drinking Goose whiskey at a bottle a day for 35 years, then the correct answer will be:

If your dad is from a major metropolitan area or a highly liberal area, he’s already dead, his body and mind just didn’t get the memo. He’s too pickled for the cells to deteriorate.

If he’s from a rural area or highly conservative, he doesn’t have long left…only about another 100 years or so. He’s built up immunity.

I’ve been drinking heavily every day for 3 months. What do I do?

First, quit drinking

Call AA to get a location and maybe a ride

Attend some AA meetings religiously

Try and discover why you are drinking. It may not help you to stop, but knowing why can’t hurt either.

3 months of drinking has more than likely show you the bottle doesn’t work. You deserve better, my friend.

Author: Dr. Janet Hicks

Dr. Janet Hicks is an addiction medicine physician trained and certified to provide comprehensive care for addiction and substance-related disorders, including the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of such health conditions. With more than 25 years of experience, Doctor Janet Hicks helps you by providing all information required to educate yourself about substance detox and recovery.

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