I think that it is very much up to the person Nicola. I am an alcoholic so do not drink alcohol at all anymore but that is my choice. If you do feel that it is too much then cut it down fast, before you end up in the shit that I'm in.
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In my opinion drinking a bottle every night is absolutely too much. Especially because of the every night part. A glass of wine every day at lunch or as chill drink at the evening is ok I think. Drinking a whole bottle? A good path to alcoholism and you could be there without even realising it.
Too much, yes. Did it start out as a full bottle of wine a night, or has it progressive reached the full bottle level. Either way that is too much alcohol to be good for the body...the liver in particular.
Having been part of an alcoholic family as a child, I would definitely recommend that this is too much and to stop before the person can't stop.
I guess for most people it starts out as less or less of a habit and then it becomes routine. I am sure that it must be a strain on the body in many ways: something that might help would be to abstain and then recognise that you have no hangover?
Yes. For a good heart and for your health, it is suggested you only drink one glass a day. However, you can get the same result with red grapes. Beer is only advised for one glass about twice a week. (Beer gives women bigger boobs and guys bigger bellies.)
Well, it depends on the wines and on the drinkers. Most bottles of wine are not worthy as a drinking companion. Most drinkers are not worthy of drinking a bottle of wine. And if you really appreciate a bottle of good wine, a glass of wine per night should be sufficient.
I agree that drinking alcohol becuase you appreciate the taste it a better reason to drink than any other, how could you help someone to begin to notice the taste again - do you think that would help?
It's a difficult question. Usually a good taste is an outcome of virtues. Thus, in cases of addiction, abstention is required. How long? In my humble opinion, as long as one is accustomed to repetitive drinking.
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