May 23, 2020
Tribe Sober – Your guide to alcohol-free living!
After running Tribe Sober for 5 years and helping hundreds of people to ditch the drink and embrace alcohol-free living I’ve learned a thing or two. My biggest insight has been that sharing our stories around alcohol is the most powerful way we can help others – that’s why the heart of this podcast is recovery stories.
In this episode I interview an important member of our Tribe Sober team – Dr Judy. She did our Sober Spring Challenge and then came along to a workshop. She now advises our Subscription Members on all matters relating to alcohol and health.
In this Episode
- Judy shares her personal relationship with alcohol and explains how she would never be able to “moderate”
- She explains how the group support of our tribe was so important to her
- We all know that alcohol is a drug – but do you why it’s a drug?
- I ask Dr Judy if SA has any chance of “flattening the curve” of Covid 19
- She explains how our bodies treat alcohol as if it was an “infection” – firing up our immune system
- If we do contract the virus then we have a better chance of survival if we are not drinking – Judy explains why
- We explore the fascinating (if scary) phenomena of the Cytokine Storm
- Both Judy and I have had breast cancer – as have many of our community – is that because we were heavy drinkers?
- Early sobriety is tough and we chat about the depression that we both felt in those early months
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