I was curious about Alcohol as a remedy, because self-medicating seems to be somewhat of a trend. I wanted to know if alcohol deficiency was linked to certain types of disorders (outside of AWS) and dream states, where the lack of alcohol caused the presence of disorder symptoms and night terrors,and the presence of alcohol served as a remedy for the symptoms and better sleep habits. After extensive research of current research out there available on the inter-webs, I found quite the opposite.
Despite, alcohol being known as a feel good for parties, it actually can do extensive damage to your brain (which is why it's for special occasions).
I began to wonder why I could not focus on much when I wasn’t alone or when I knew someone was home. They could be silent but if I saw their car, I would not be able to focus. I realize I am not a doctor, at all, nor am I any type of therapist whatsoever, but it’s not a crime to ask questions or seek the answers to them. So, this will serve as a collection of research that I have found and would like to pass on to all of you, as I also believe that education should be free to humans.
What do you do when you have to answer that daunting question that occurs every second of every day but it's importance it's quite shown until you loose something important.
Sometimes, life seems to trap us in this mindset where we think we're stuck, and while you may actually be stuck, you should realize that you don't have to be. For me personally, there's always this point in the morning when I'm reflecting on how I've been living my life recently, what I could do differently to help the day go smoother, how I can be helpful to others as well as myself, when I realize that I'm doing the best that I can. While this helps me feel like I'm visualizing where my day could go, it never takes me anywhere. It's because I'm so focused on this feeling that I'm stuck, and this "I can't do this without acquiring this thing first." And while in certain situations these things are true, I realize I create the reality that I'm living. I let myself get here. So, whenever I'm down, I start watching inspirational videos like "Stop searching for your passion" in my spare time and I write in my spare time. While these things can be helpful in self-exploration, they aren't benefitting my life immediately. Obviously, that's not what these things are meant to do, but it's because I spend so much time and focus on these things, that I don't get much productivity done that benefits my wallet. I try and that's all I do.