After three months with no alcohol, you should be feeling better both physically and emotionally. You may still feel tempted to drink, but your body and mind will be well on their way to recovery. You may occasionally notice flare-ups of the mental effects of quitting alcohol, such as anxiety or depression, but these should be temporary and less frequent as you continue on without alcohol. Remember, recovery takes time, but the longer you go without alcohol, the healthier you’ll be physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Take your first step towards recovery.