I’m in college and I’m an athlete and I’m a freshman who got caught up in alchohol. I know it’s bad so I’m quitting. I drank like 3-4 shots of vodka like every other Saturday. I wouldn’t consider myself a heavy drinker. I feel the alchohol making it hard for me to breathe when I’m on the court. I’ve been drinking for probably like 4 months my whole like but it wasn’t always consistent. I just want to know like if I stop now which I will, can I get back to a healthy state . (Please don’t judge, I drank for many reasons)
- blankLv 73 weeks ago
I am not the type of person to judge someone. So I wont. But the sooner you quit the faster you can get your life n track. It is possible to do. I wish you the best of luck.
- 4 weeks ago
you are drinking too much
- Alex NeroLv 74 weeks ago
Its ok to have a good time,just dont get in trouble or hurt yourself
focus on your sport and your studies
there will be plenty of time to party later,after youre a success
- JanetLv 74 weeks ago
If you stop now, you will get back to a healthy state. Good for you.
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- BrianLv 74 weeks ago
Yeah, 3-4 shots every other Saturday sounds like a huge problem.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Stop drinking alcohol.Source(s): It's both harmful and illegal at your age.
- 4 weeks ago
Alcohol advice ?
well sir, my advice to you would be to enjoy it! lol
life is too short, whatever your poison, do enjoy it lol
- GTBLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, at this point in your life the damage will repair itself; you learned a valuable lesson early - do all you can to never forget it
- megalomaniacLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, you can recover. It's possible that you can do permanent damage to your liver from heavy drinking but that isn't necessarily so. As far as it making it harder to breathe, alcohol bonds with the hemoglobin in your blood which makes oxygen transfer less efficient. However this is temporary and doesn't do lasting damage. You can still recover and be a strong athlete if you want to.