Even those who drink regularly are aware of the health risks associated with alcohol consumption. And though a few social drinks every once in a (long) while are not quite as damaging as heavy drinking or drinking daily, it is a known fact that alcohol harms you physically as well as mentally. Heavy alcohol consumption causes liver damage, heart disease, brain and nervous system problems, anaemia and even cancer!
There are several private and state programs available for people who’d like to be rid of their alcohol addiction. De-addiction programs and counselling sure help reduce your alcohol dependencies but did you know that there are a few things that you can do for yourselves if you are keen on removing alcohol from your lives.
Exercising happens to be one of them.
How Can Exercise Help Overcome Your Addiction?
Addiction is a physical need driven by emotions. With better mental and…