Recovery For Fourth of July Freedom
Fourth of July is on its way.
Many flags—and cocktails—will be flowing. And, of course, that can make staying sober more challenging than usual.
A safe, strong plan is vital to staying sober through holidays and it requires making healthy choices. But what good is that without help in developing your plan?
That’s what we’re here for.
To avoid temptation and toxicity, we say: take to the trails.
A detoxifying, muscle-strengthening, outdoor adventure can serve as a direct path to serotonin, the feel-good chemical our bodies naturally produce. In fact, aerobic exercises, like running and biking, are the most likely to boost serotonin levels. Attain the feeling you searched for via substances through mother nature.
For a little help, review our Top Trails Guide featuring all of our favorite places to celebrate life and holidays when the barbecue doesn’t feel like the right fit.
So, what’s next?
Strap on your shoes, invite a friend, and pick your path.
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Make it a sober holiday, season, and living experience.
You’ve got this.