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1. Seek support. Talk to a trusted friend, family member, or doctor about your drinking. A support network of people who are invested in your recovery can be invaluable.
2. Join a support group. There are many support groups available for people struggling with alcohol addiction, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
3. Seek professional help. Consider meeting with a therapist or seeking treatment at a specialized alcohol treatment center.
4. Set goals. Set realistic goals to help you stay sober and on track.
5. Avoid temptation. Avoid places and people that might trigger the urge to drink.
6. Make lifestyle changes. Make healthy lifestyle changes, such as exercising regularly and eating a balanced diet, to help you stay sober.
7. Find healthier ways to cope. Find healthier ways to cope with stress and emotion, such as going for a walk, talking to a friend, or practicing relaxation techniques. 8. Take it one day at a time. Recovery is a process, and it takes time. Don’t be discouraged if you slip up. Just keep trying.