Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
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Thanks for writing! I certainly think there's something to be sad for alcohol's social lubrication, and how light drinking can get people to feel less socially anxious and be more responsive and outgoing in social situations. I'd say the main concern would be for those who start to rely on it and can't socialize without it, or those who get sucked into friendships this way where drinking is a main event or a focus. But from a light drinking standpoint, you raise a good point! Keep reading!
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