ADDICTION

Having severe headache on one side of temple.; Diagnose the cause as not taking any tea today which i regularly take twice a day..

How mundane addictions (if my diagnosis is correct which has fair high probability based on past experience) have power to control the life. Thinking of quitting tea altogether even if it hurts in short run…:)

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parijat shukla

Sense of humour is the essence of life. Rest are just events !! :)

13 thoughts on “ADDICTION”

  1. I can relate to that. Happens to me too, when I miss my daily dose of 2 cups. Regarding quitting tea even when you are addicted to it, is possible…
    I LOVED my sweet milky tea… in fact, I take my tea drinking time very seriously! Have written a post about it too. And I have given up on sugar in my tea since the last 3 months… I hated it initially but didnt give in to the temptation and it is working now. So, you can do it too. Try it!

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    1. I think I have come out of feeling any need for tea and it had its side effects initially (headaches etc) but now I am fine :). It was little easy as I havnt shifted family yet so there is no “pressure” to have it when other members are having tea together :). Lets see what happens after few days when we all are together 🙂

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    2. I am not able to see comment option on your blog post..is it disabled..
      I loved the post on happiness and eagerly look forward to posts under April Challenge…as a reader 🙂 🙂

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  2. Taking tea in a limit as two cup everyday is good for health,i think coz i have seen many person as addicts of smoking or drinking bt not taking d tea.taking a little bit of tea controls n makes balance d human health.

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    1. yes agree but in my case if i take tea then its very difficult to restrict it as its a social thing and its the first thing ppl offer when you visit them…Thanks for visiting and commenting…:)

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  3. Ah, I can totally relate to this. In my case, its coffee. Initially, if I went a day without caffeine (be it tea or coffee), my head hurt, I was restless and couldn’t calm down and think clearly. Nowadays, it isn’t so hard. I do take my cuppa once every other day, but I’ve stopped having coffee first thing in the morning.

    How is it quitting tea? Have you adapted now? Do you feel any difference in you?

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