Here’s What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Drinking



When you quit drinking you look and feel better. Gastroenterologist Dr. Niket Sonpal shares what happens to your body even in just one month. He says your gut is going to thank you, your energy levels improve, and you will even get more regular! Plus, your skin will see amazing improvements.

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26 thoughts on “Here’s What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Drinking

  1. I drunk constantly for a small time in my life, after a month I feel sick just thinking about drinking

  2. Dec 2010 last one for me. Best decision I made, smoking went July 2014 as well. Feeling good with life it’s all good. No positives with drinking alcohol etc for me.

  3. September 17th will be my first year of sobriety. I can’t believe it I was not an alcoholic but I did turn to it when I was in an extremely toxic relationship and when I caught him cheating on me. I quit cold turkey and haven’t even craved it, that’s how I know I was never an alcoholic. Don’t care what anyone tried to say I knew it was just be going through a faze. I know I’m fortunate to have not become addicted or lost my life due to alcohol poisoning. This year went by so fast I can’t believe it’s almost my one year anniversary. It’s so shocking I don’t think anyone believes me when I say it. Sad but that’s the truth

  4. I was never a heavy drinker but when I drank i made up for the days I didn’t i just completed one month of no booze and i feel its more of a mental battle at this point, but none the less i am feeling great and I’ve actually dropped about 15 pounds already 🙂🙏🏾

  5. Does this happen even if you been drinking alcohol for everyday for over 20 years? I’m asking because I’m ready to give it up

  6. 1 week sober today. 😀
    I'm 20 and had alcohol issues since about 16 and thats bad… I know, it is my fault.
    I used to run away at 13 to 15 to drink and do drugs with friends and was a hard to control child and it would be hard to keep me home. 15 the alc issues got worse and 16 I was hooked until 20.
    I quit cold turkey last year for 26 days then relapsed.
    The first few days sober this year I was really sad, shaking lots, full of nausea & vomiting everyday… my dad said I was having withdrawls, I would always drink tea and try sweat everything out of my system with hot showers. These past few days now, I have been really happy, my energy came back, sleeping pattern is great, I been eating normally and healthier, my dad also noticed I been happier and he seems really proud of me, I'm proud of myself too and I don't want to ruin that.
    I also cut ties with people who drink lots (my ex & friends).
    When I was drinking I had a messed up sleeping pattern and that was fixed in just a week, soooo much have changed, I feel soo great its hard to explain lol…

  7. hi guys, the greatest success that ive ever had was by using the Sebs Magic Tactic (i found it on google) without a doubt the no.1 idea that I have ever tried.

  8. I enjoy drinking a liter of port wine every day but haven't had any in a few days. It didn't affect my stomach.

  9. Just because you stop drinking doesn't mean you'll suddenly start eating salads and drinking water. Get real 🙄. If you have a problem with it, you're more likely to eat crap to try replace the high booze gave you. Salad and water isn't going to do that…🤦🏼. Great if you can eat salads and drink water though! Lol

  10. I’m trying to quit drinking as I just had my first born and I tend to have a lot of beer after work( at least a 6 pack everyday) and I just want to quit for my health so I can take care of baby and all my responsibilities. I’m just struggling and need tips on quitting drinking but it’s quite difficult. I’m able to take care of my family while drinking I just want to save more money and be better for my family.

  11. im 44! drank every week since i was a teenager. im 5 days in after a crazy binge at the weekend. i feel fantastic and i am really excited about the future.

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