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    Sleep problems

    If you think alcohol helps you sleep, you're not alone. A government survey found that 58 per cent of Brits are unaware that alcohol can disrupt sleep.

    Although it's true that alcohol will help you fall asleep faster, it interferes with the normal sleep cycle, causing you to wake up during the night and feel unrefreshed in the morning.

    Alcohol is also a diuretic, and stimulates the body to excrete fluid, making it more likely you will need to go to the loo during the night.

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    Diet: 95% raw food diet
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    Well said. I prefer water, too.
    Will Lose Some Weight!

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    Water and tea <3

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    Water all the way!





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