In early sobriety, it’s important to have tools and practices to help you overcome alcohol cravings.
It’s normal to have cravings to drink in your first few weeks without alcohol, and they’ll get less strong and frequent the further you get away from the drinking cycle.
In the beginning, alcohol cravings are driven by physical, social, emotional and habitual cues to drink.
Understanding why cravings occur, knowing your triggers and finding new activities and practices to overcome the discomfort of wanting to drink will help you develop healthier ways to manage your emotions and social situations.
I asked Mary Tilson, a certified Professional Recovery Coach (IAPRC), Yoga & Meditation Teacher and the Founder of Sun & Moon Sober Living, to come on the podcast to share the best practices and strategies to overcome alcohol cravings.
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