This is a yes or no poll


#21

Wow thank you guys and gals for all your support it means a lot to me.


#22

Nope, not at all!!!


#23

Not at all it was not intentional. Sleeping is hard when you first are getting clean you might want to talk to your doctor about a sleep aid that’s my opinion tho…


#24

Absolutely not! You are doing great…:grin:


#25

I am taking dandelion root tincture and I know it contains alcohol as do some other herbal remedies. It does not bother me because its not like I am going to get drunk off it or look for another drink its purely for a liver cleanse. So No.


#26

No!

But watch out. A really bad cold and some ignorance about NyQuil led to my last relapse. I learned the hard way that those types of medicine are off the table for me personally.


#27

I was having a cold, several chronic pains and ran into stress-related insomnia a while back. I knew Nyquil Nighttime has significant amounts of alcohol (Way more than “trace”) but I had nothing else on hand for sleep and cough. I used it 3 nights in a row as directed. I now believe I was wrong to have done so (could have used tylenol and meditation and honey-lemon tea) but have decided that it is not a sobriety date reset, so long as I never do it again. Must remember I don’t need alcohol, ever.


#28

Nope. Your all good in my eyes.


#29

No way :slightly_smiling_face: you’re still standing tall, in my opinion!


#30

Big old nope.

And I’m with @Yoda-Stevie. A neti pot carefully used I’ve also found to be a much better alternative to decongestants to help avoid using OTCs like Nyquil when a full on cold is the issue. With, perhaps, something mild for aches.


#31

Tumeric for aches. I take it every day.


#32

So is tumeric good for post workout stuff? Like potassium?


#33

capsaicin. My suggestion would be to begin by eating one fresh jalapeno a day and work your way up from there… in addition to the capsaicin supplements everyday and patches when needed.


#34

Yes. Helps prevent DOMS, and joint pain


#35

I got some trinidad scorpions im gonna ship him when he graduates from jalapenos.


#36

Not at all! No reason to worry.


#37

Yes it is definitely not a relapse.


#38

I gotta say that I actually like DOMS lol. Lets me know that I did something.


#39

If you are someone who works out daily, and goes to a class or competes, or you are an occupational athlete like a cop, or military, DOMS is something to be avoided or minimized. I like feeling fatigued after a hard workout, but not so sore it affects mobility.


#40

Absolutely not a slip.