Understand Your Social and Emotional Relationship with Alcohol

Written By: Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC, NC-BC

It’s common among the autoimmune community to limit alcohol consumption because of its connection to inflammation (and the impact of booze on   gut health   in particular), but it can be one of the hardest things to actively restrict or eliminate. This is because alcohol also has powerful emotional repercussions on our well being—that’s where I really started to get curious about my own relationship with drinking, and what I want to explore in this article.  Read more  about what I am learning about my relationship with alcohol.

It’s common among the autoimmune community to limit alcohol consumption because of its connection to inflammation (and the impact of booze on gut health in particular), but it can be one of the hardest things to actively restrict or eliminate. This is because alcohol also has powerful emotional repercussions on our well being—that’s where I really started to get curious about my own relationship with drinking, and what I want to explore in this article. Read more about what I am learning about my relationship with alcohol.

Sarah Kolman