So you're the Pleasure Drinker? Come on in, there's no shame.
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So what does it mean to be a Pleasure Drinker? What are the characteristics of one and is it better or worse than other types of drinkers? What are the strengths and weaknesses associated with our type? Here's everything you need to know about Pleasure Drinkers.
- Drinking for you is closely associated with feelings of euphoria and having fun.
- You tend to drink for the effects - and there's nothing wrong with that.
- Always open to new experiences.
- With a tendency of being open to new experiences, you are likely to try and explore more than the other types.
- As relaxation and having fun is your main motivation for drinking, alternatives that offer similar effects could suffice in replacing the habit.
- Never known to be a 'party-pooper'.
- As it is closely associated with having fun, any social events will likely entice you to drink more than you usually do.
- You tend to drink to have fun. At times when 'fun' is lacking (like lockdowns), a party animal like yourself may be prone to drinking more.
- As you drink for pleasure, you may become dependent on alcohol if you're not careful.
- Find other sources of pleasure. If you are interested in limiting your drinking, consider finding other sources of dopamine-elevating activities - like exercising. A good 'runner's high' might be able to convince you to pick up a new habit.
- Look for alternatives. As you mostly drink because of wanting to feel good, if you could find alcohol alternatives that offer those effects, you won't need to drink to achieve the same desired results anymore.
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