I started Fit Recovery to help you quit drinking and feel physically better.
Why would I say “physically” better?
Because I want to empower you to take back your health and experience a total personal transformation like I did after I quit drinking.
I’m very upfront on this website about my past experience with alcohol addiction. I also freely share many of the methods I’ve used to go from feeling just okay to feeling absolutely incredible.
Many people who quit alcohol and/or drugs feel varying shades of “bad” for a long time:
- Obsessive (or constant thoughts about alcohol/drugs)
Spiritual guidance helps many people, but it cannot help you if the source of your problem is physiological.
In fact, physiology is a missing link in addiction treatment that is only beginning to get the attention it deserves.
Beyond medications, which I do discuss on this site, there are three main ways to restore your mood (and daily functioning) to 100%:
- Nutritional Repair
- Physical Activity
- Lifestyle Improvements
Group support is widely available, but expert advice on the above topics is much harder to find.
My goal is to help you fill in these missing links so that you can transcend addiction forever.
The Fit Recovery Blog
If you’re looking for ways to quit drinking, be sure to check out these articles about natural remedies and medications that help with alcohol cravings:
- Alcohol Support Review – Help With Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms
- How To Use Kratom For Alcohol Withdrawal
- How To Use Phenibut For Alcohol Withdrawal
- Alcohol Withdrawal Vitamins: Top 20 Supplements For Detox and Recovery
- All About Baclofen And Alcohol
- The Sinclair Method: Everything You Need To Know
If your goal is to finally get into shape, these articles are a good place to start:
As a personal trainer who specializes in helping clients improve their mental health through fitness, I am a professional motivator. You can find some motivating articles here:
- Going Teetotal – How To Have Fun Without Alcohol At Dinners, Parties, and Weddings
- Prove Everyone Wrong This Year
- Recovery Tips For The High-Functioning Alcoholic
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Alcohol Recovery Coaching
If you’re a motivated individual who’s dedicated to making some positive changes in your life, I’d love the opportunity to work with you.
Please check out my coaching page for more information.
If you want to reap many of the benefits of private coaching anonymously and at a lower cost, you’ll absolutely love my new online course: Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0.
If you would like to be featured on this blog, please send your article idea to me.
I’ve had the pleasure of being featured on some awesome websites so far:
Opiate Addiction Support: How Exercise Helps People Recover From Addiction
Cathy Taughinbaugh: How to Overcome Being a High Functioning Alcoholic
Self Heal School: Top 5 Herbs For Alcohol Recovery
More Wealth & Health: How To Find Your Life’s Purpose
There’s so much groupthink around alcohol that there’s automatic social stigma against people who don’t drink, for whatever reason at all.
Imagine if cocaine were the socially acceptable drug, and every time you walked into a party, people asked you why you weren’t snorting tonight. “You don’t want to have a good time? Are you a recovering coke addict or something?”
After I broke my physical addiction to alcohol and repaired my physiology, I felt amazing without drinking. Then it dawned on me:
Click the link above for my eBook of the same name. It’s packed with practical guidance – my critics say it may contain too much information.
But if you really want to build yourself back up from scratch and change your perspective on drinking, this book is an amazing tool that will help you get results.
Click here to read more about my experience.
Enjoy the site and feel free to contact me here.