What Happens To Your Body 12 Weeks After You Have Stopped Drinking

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Alcohol has been around for thousands of years. It’s been a guilty pleasure of people for quite sometime now, and people tend to abuse it more than being responsible with it.

Alcohol might make you feel a head change, and it might make you feel good for an hour or two but it’s incomparable to the damage it inflicts on your body. Alcohol is essentially a poison potion, and it’s detrimental to the human body. It’s terrible for basically every vital organ you have in your body. Alcohol interferes with brain function and communication pathways, which affects the way your brain looks and works. The disruptions cause mood and behavior changes, and make it much more difficult to think clearly and move with coordination.

Alcohol affects our hearts too. Drinking over time, or even on occasion, can hurt your heart and cause issues such as cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias, stroke, high blood pressure, and increased risk of stroke. Aside from the heart and brain, alcohol causes the pancreas to produce toxic substances that lead to pancreatitis. It can even cause cancer. Alcohol just simply is not worth the head change it gives you. It honestly doesn’t even feel good, I, myself don’t even enjoy being drunk in the slightest.

If you’ve been trying to make a difference in your health and lifestyle, you might be missing one crucial part of a healthy body – alcohol. Stop drinking alcohol and your entire body will change, especially if you drink regularly. You’ll lose weight, your skin will grow firmer, you’ll have more energy, and you’ll be happier. Just take a look at what happens to your body when you stop drinking for just 12 weeks.

Day One

On the first day you wash your hands of alcohol, your body will experience some uncontrollable shaking, but don’t be alarmed. You might already be discouraged because you’re giving up something with no immediate result, but give it time – trust me. All good things must come in time.

The First Week

After you’ve given up the booze for one week, your body might experience some disruptions in sleep pattern. It is a strong diuretic that promotes your body to purge fluid as sweat. You might experience some cases of intense sweating for no reason, and you’ll be using the bathroom pretty frequently throughout the night. But just wait. While things might not sound so fun in the beginning, it only gets better.

Week Two

During week two you will begin experiencing some ease, especially in digestion. Everal studies have proven alcohol to be terrible and infectious to your gut, and now that it’s all out of there your gut health will begin to improve. You might begin going regularly when you previously had problems with constipation or diarrhea.

Week Three and Four

After about three weeks of no alcohol consumption, you’ll notice you are getting much more sound sleep. Your sleeping patterns are regulating every night and you’re waking up more rested than you ever have. Experiencing better sleep also results in improved mood, better concentration, and mental performance. After about four weeks of no alcohol, you’’ start consuming less at dinner. It takes less food to fill you up and your body is gaining much more nutritional value than it did before.

Weeks Five to Eight

After about five weeks of consuming no alcohol after you have regularly consumed it for some time, you’ll start to feel like you have adopted a new body. You’ll begin sleeping well every night, digesting your food better, and going to the bathroom much more regularly. You now have a much clearer complexion too. Your skin is much more hydrated and soft. You’ll also experience much more stable mood behaviors and thinking much clearer.

Week TwelveRWC News What Happens To Your Body 12 Weeks After You Have Stopped Drinking

Alcohol causes your blood cells to become enlarged, making it much more difficult to transport oxygen around the body. After giving up the booze for twelve weeks, your blood cells will be healthier, rounder, and fully capable of efficiently transporting oxygen around the body. You feel better, you have more energy, and there is a noticeable difference in the way you look. You look ten times healthier and feel it too.

Alcohol can have some benefits too, but you have to drink it in extreme moderation when trying to obtain benefits from it. You also have to be very specific as to what kind of alcohol you’re drinking. Of course, the best decision, and the healthiest, is to avoid alcohol in general.

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Shelby Maydfunov
I have been reporting for RWC News for 2 years now. I am the daughter of parents legally immigrated here from Russia 41 years ago. I am 27 years old.

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