Alcohol Explained


Alcohol Explained by William Porter

Sometimes we forget alcohol is a drug. Do we ever stop to consider what the effects of taking a drug every week are? William Porter clearly explains the physiological, neurochemical, and psychological effects of having a drink, and the accumulation of drinks over time. There are scientific reasons why we are more sad, anxious, uncomfortable, and “out of sorts” over time drinking alcohol. And for those of us who  struggle with moderation and feel like we have no self-control, it’s simply the natural tendency for the human body to want to drink more. This is the type of information you can’t ever unknow; it's like being unplugged from the matrix. 

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