Alcohol Dream Meaning

In real life alcohol serves as antidepressant or the means of relaxation and fun for some people; for others it becomes the source of non-stopping troubles.

In the dreambook of the 21st century it is said that to drink any alcoholic beverages in a dream means to experience a sharp but rather short-lived pleasure in reality. Before experiencing it, consider that the consequences will be sad and irreversible.

Drinking alcohol balsam in a dream is a bad sign predicting troubles. If there was brandy in your glass, this is a sign that you will manage to achieve high position in society. Just a dream of alcohol itself doesn’t guarantee success. You will have to work hard in order to raise your social status.

Culinary dreambook assumes that drinking booze in a dream is a symbol showing your wish to experience forbidden pleasures. There is high possibility that your life will change thanks to your decisive action.

Drinking moonshine from the bottle is a bad sign. The Wanderer’s dreambook warns that there is a person in your life who wishes you evil. You can protect yourself from the intrigues of an enemy only by completely limiting all possible contacts with him.

Dreams about hooch usually warn of serious problems at work or in personal life. This plot may also predict invitation to a joyful event.

    What are the Top-5 bad moonshine alcohol dream meanings?
  • Muddy moonshine in dreams means disrupting plans.
  • Cheap hooch - deception by a loved one.
  • Rotgut with an unpleasant odor - loss of reputation.
  • Spilling moonshine - poor health.
  • To see how someone treats you with moonshine - means dissatisfaction with your surroundings.
    What are the Top-5 good dreams about hooch?
  • Moonshine in a glass in a dream promises fun pastime.
  • In a shot glass - the visit of long-awaited guests.
  • Buying hooch - means making a good deal.
  • Selling moonshine alcohol - making a big profit.
  • Pour it out - means getting rid of disturbing thoughts.

According to Miller, dreaming about vodka means that soon you should expect cash expenses, or participation in a fun friendly party. Besides that drinking vodka in a dream may be a sign that the person is confused and needs someone to discuss his problems with.

To feel drunkenness in a dream means to be in a difficult situation that requires an important decision. Such a plot can be seen in a dream before a divorce, going to college, or applying for a new job. If you yourself can not figure out how to act correct, consult with a person more experienced on this issue.

The Ukrainian dreambook considers it quite a bad sign to feel own drunkenness because of alcohol in a dream. It is impossible to understand who among the people around is telling the truth, and who is simply deceiving in the most brazen manner. This interpretation is especially correct if you dream that you have severe dizziness and nausea.

Miller’s dreambook is convinced that alcohol intoxication is the forerunner of strong feelings. Feeling sincere love not in a dream, but in reality, you can not think soberly, in cold blood and begin to make major mistakes. Think whether a new love is really worth the risk.

If you were buying expensive elite alcohol in a dream, this sign means you will be able to purchase what you have been dreaming about for a long time in reality.

Buying booze of not very high quality in a dream means making some mistake due to haste and indiscretion, which can be corrected quite problematically.

If you dreamed that you paid an excessively high price for alcohol, then you will have to seriously pay for achieving the desired. If you dream of a good alcohol for a small price, then the goal will be achieved with the least loss.

What does it mean if you have hangover in a dream? The feeling of hangover in dreams is a sign that you are too passionate or even addicted to something in waking life.

Why does a hangover get worse with age?

During your tempestuous youth, you could drink so much beer that you could make a small Irish village drunk, and somehow miraculously you recovered in time, so that you could repeat it the next night. Now, just a couple of beers or a glass of martini is enough, and in the morning you feel like a punching bag: with severe headache and tremors in your hands, which can last for several days. What on earth is going on?

A hangover is an insidious beast. Experts who study hangover syndrome still disagree on a lot of issues. Alcohol-induced dehydration, hormonal disruptions and inflammation can play a significant role in your morning nightmare.

However, it is still difficult to say what is the root cause. In addition to alcohol, other components of alcoholic beverages, such as fusel oils, tannins and sulfates, can also influence hangovers, but alcohol is undoubtedly the most responsible for morning hangovers.

While there isn't a lot of research into how hangovers are linked to aging, scientists suggest that the body breaks down alcohol less efficiently as we age. Specifically, the enzymes and antioxidants produced by the liver that help get rid of acetates may be produced in lower amounts as we age.

It is even worse that the aging body is slower to recover from alcohol-induced inflammation, and cells also take longer to regenerate. If you have children, you know that their scratched knee or a ripped elbow heal in a day or two, whereas your cut finger can hurt for a week or more. You may also remember how quickly you recovered from strenuous exercise as a teenager, but now heavy exertion can unsettle you for days.

This is due to the weakening of your immune system as you age. This does not mean that your body is not recovering, but in most cases it does not happen so quickly. Other factors can also contribute to worsening a hangover. Excess weight, hormonal changes, and heavy eating cause nausea and headaches the next day after a meal.

Sergii Haranenko
  • The Interpretation of Dreams, by Sigmund Freud (Author). Publisher: Publishing(February 1, 2017). ISBN-13: 978-1420954388
  • Psychology and Alchemy, by C. G. Jung (Author). Publisher: Princeton University Press; 2nd edition (October 1, 1980). ISBN-13: 978-0691018317
  • The Dictionary of Dreams: Every Meaning Interpreted 1st Edition by Gustavus Hindman Miller (Author), Sigmund Freud (Author), Henri Bergson (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1577151562

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