QUIT DRINKING MOTIVATION – The Most Eye Opening 60 Minutes Of Your Life

What happens when you quit drinking? Your body and mind heal and your life improves. This video is the motivation you need to quit drinking alcohol.

Countless people including Jordan Peterson, Ben Affleck, Dr. Andrew Huberman, Rich Roll, Daniel Radcliffe, Brian Rose and Jack Canfield explain why you need to stop drinking alcohol.

"Alcoholism is to give up everything for one thing. Sobriety is to give up one thing for everything."

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– Drinking about 3.5 drinks a day doubles or even triples your risk of developing cancer of the mouth, pharynx, larynx and esophagus.
– Drinking about 3.5 drinks a day increases your risk of developing colorectal cancer and breast cancer by 1.5 times.
– Even moderate alcohol consumption has been linked to an approximate 30 to 50 per cent increased risk of breast cancer.
– The less alcohol you drink, the lower your cancer risk.

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  • @Jenny_Carter says:

    Such a wonderful video. I almost cried because I could see how much work and time it took to make it, great job🧡🧡

  • @Edwin_Audley says:

    This video production helped me a lot liked😀😀😀

  • @justmanette2152 says:

    If alcohol was an actual person, I’d be in prison without remorse. It has irreplaceabley caused so much damage to those I’ve loved. It’s caused soooo much pain to them and everyone around them. I loathe it from deep in my soul, as much as I loathe satan himself. I see no difference between the impact of either.

    • @brianwoo8877 says:

      You are close. Alcohol is a Spirit. Spirits seek embodiment of a physical body. We do call Alcohol Spirit’s.

  • @careersjourney says:

    What’s limit people should drink in ml?? Weekly basis??

  • @davidr.4916 says:

    Quitters never win. I quit, therefore, I lose. So many brave men and women are making up for my losses everyday. I envy those who can weather the storm and live the life of a true alcoholic. It takes work, persistence, and boldness.

  • @jimcauley5969 says:

    I survived the alcohol addiction – it was like walking through a tornado and then swimming through a hurricane. 2.5 years SOBER.

    If you’re reading this, you can do it. I love and support you – hope is never lost. It can be done and you can do it. GODSPEED.❤💪

  • @1dantown says:

    I know at least 2 people whose lives are halted, on hold, by their alcohol use. They are enslaved by their constant need to consume. I can’t make them stop. Their immediate relatives are harmed, by their inability to act as adults, as they should.

  • @DvnFrnd4878 says:

    I have no illusions or delusions. I neither see myself as more elegant or sophisticated when I drink. W.T.Heck.?? I use alcohol for my Essential Tremors and when I want to Paint or need to Write. Because of other limiting factors I cannot and do not want to take pharmaceuticals. That don’t work in my system in the long run. I don’t like them. They don’t work because they cause bad effects in so many other medical Conditions I am experiencing. Alcohol works quickly for what I need and clears out of my system quickly. I am persistent in daily practicing healthy wellness lifestyle and dietary behaviors in caring for my body mind and being and consistently track my liver and all organ health.

  • @inappropriator says:

    2 1/2 years and not a drop. Very greatful.

  • @Aeroshogun says:

    Last Saturday I got really depressed and drank so much that I found myself lying in the bathroom floor in a pool of my own vomit. No more. I quit for 2.5 years and this was the worst relapse I’ve ever had. Time to stop drinking.

    • @RileyBanksWho says:

      This is YOUR moment! I believe in you❤❤

      I quit drinking almost 5 years ago after sitting on the side of my bed on a weekday, puking what looked like a week’s worth of food all over my bedroom.

      I was so ashamed of being in that state of living that I just had to quit. Not a single drop of alcohol ever since. I wish the same for you.

  • @DT-uu1sq says:

    3 months 1 week the battle continues…pray for me 🙏

  • @Humble-Savage says:

    I’m an alcoholic. I now have almost 10 months clean. The process is simple but not easy. Let the man up stairs control your sobriety and keep you sober. Whoever sees this you aren’t alone, I’m here ❤

    • @Stealth-im7ld says:

      Absolutely. What’s your experience with crack cocaine or meth?

    • @Humble-Savage says:

      I’ve dabbled with both. The hard was by far the worst for me. I drained my mothers bank account in no time at all. I was hanging out with random homeless people blowing the boulders. 🤣
      A.A has saved my life and it’s continuing to do so. I’m still working through the steps and it’s painful but completely nessecary

    • @MM-jf6sh says:

      I was cured by Allen Carr’s “easy way to control alcohol” audiobook.

    • @caregiver-69 says:

      Thank the Lord Jesus for not drinking anymore and ask Him to forgive you and to keep you sober. He will. The Lord Bless you and He keep adding more days to your life.

  • @RileyBanksWho says:

    I used to drink almost daily between ages 17 and 27. Then, I quit cold turkey, and I haven’t had a single drink in about 5 years. Today, it’s not that I have to try not to go back to drinking; my body and mind completely reject even the idea of drinking. Being sober for so long, I now understand how dangerous and poisonous alcohol is, even if you drink ‘just one glass of wine’ a week and think that’s normal or acceptable. It’s not. 🚫

    Alcohol brings nothing but headaches and unexpected pregnancy (I learned that the hard way😂).

    To everyone struggling out there: take it from someone who HAD to have a buzz at least once a night to cope with life. It’s been almost 5 years since my last drink, and alcohol means NOTHING to me now. If I can go from being a loser with no career, money, hope, and dreams to who I am now, you can absolutely do it too.

  • @motivation-40b says:

    The best video for those who want to quit drinking 😍

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  • @MM-jf6sh says:

    I was cured by Allen Carr’s “easy way to control alcohol” audiobook.

  • @classic.cameras says:

    I fn hate alcohol.

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