I'd always presumed I got headaches due to a lack of coffee, if I'd cut back for example or not had my daily habitual "fix". Turns out, it's a very rare day now that I get a headache.
What's made the difference for me? It's been six months since I ended my relationship with coffee and had my last one - I admit I'm feeling very pleased with myself!
I still love the smell of a good brew or coffee beans but I actually really enjoy wafting the aroma now. Our olfactory system is so powerful and evokes our senses, it's awesome that I can get by with just a sniff! Much better on the bank balance too.
I'm convinced my liver's also in a much happier state as a result. Caffeine can be a major liver loader, when we have too much of a good thing like caffeine, it's hard work for our liver to do it's job.
I'm now at the "no longer miss it" stage, it's certainly taken time to get here. I'll freely admit I missed the consistency of coffee for some time.
There's no doubt about it, forming new habits and leaving others behind takes time and effort, one day at a time, or one minute at a time if need be.
The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.
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