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7 Ways to Stay Super Hydrated When You Choose to Drink Alcohol

We’ve all heard the drink more water mantra, and yet, most of us still can’t find a way to make it happen. About 78% of Americans are functioning in a chronic state of dehydration — and most of us aren’t even aware of it (or how much it affects us).

Changing our drinking habits takes time and effort — planning for success and all the obstacles you’ll have to overcome is something you can’t overlook.

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20+ Phrases To Use Around Friends When You’re Trying to Drink Mindfully

In this article, we’ll go over some phrases (that might be out of your comfort zone, which is not a bad thing) to help you stay on track. We’re here to guide you through those tricky social situations, including pressure from friends to drink more (because somehow that doesn’t seem to end, even as you get older).

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30+ Hacks To Crush Your Drinking Triggers 

While it’s close to impossible to eliminate all temptation to drink, there are some steps you can take to avoid and minimize your exposure to possible triggers. You can also implement strategies to help you suppress the urge to drink whenever it arises. Let’s explore some of the best ways to overcome common drinking triggers!

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What Happens When You Mix Antidepressants With Alcohol?

If you’re one of the more than 30 million Americans taking antidepressants, you might be wondering if a drink now and then is a problem. After all, alcohol is famous for numbing emotions and it’s everywhere you look, making it hard to say no. But is it safe to mix antidepressants with even one drink of alcohol?

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10 Mindful Drinking Tips for the Fourth of July

Similar to many other events and celebrations, the Fourth of July is often tied to drinking. In fact, it’s one of the top drinking holidays in the country, with more than a billion dollars spent on wine and beer for this single occasion. But you might be looking to do things differently this year.

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