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Sobriety Calculator

Sobriety Definition
Alcohol and drug addiction can wreak havoc on relationships with friends and families. When the person has made the brave decision to take their life to next level in pursuing a sober lifestyle, that person needs to hold on to every day, appreciating each moment in sobriety. Tracking each day serves as a means for inspiration to many. In using this free sobriety calculator, you can easily track your sobriety and remain inspired by the journey.

Different Methods for Different People
Some may prefer to track their individual sobriety on a traditional calendar. It is a great daily routine for those who desire to track daily their progress. For some further along, the traditional calendar may be less desirable. For those of you who are looking for an easier way to track your sobriety, an online sobriety calculator may be more ideal. This group may find this quick tool to be better for their busier lifestyle.

What You Will Need
The sobriety calculator gives you the following fields that require entries:
  1. Month
  2. Day
  3. Year

Managing the Results
After you have submitted all of the requested information, the sobriety period is populated. You will have the option to print the results if desired. You may find it useful to continue printing the items on a set day each month, keeping the printed results along the way. Some may find it easier to journal their sobriety experience along the way and incorporate milestones to be celebrated as the progress continues in order to stay motivated.

Taking Things One Day At A Time
Sobriety is something that takes commitment. Every day, each action and choice made can either work against or for addiction. Here are some things to be considered when tracking your sobriety to help you along this exciting journey:
  1. Avoid the temptation to prematurely stop aftercare therapy if needed. It has been statistically proven that people continue with the meetings have a higher success rate of maintaining sobriety.
  2. A relapse prevention plan makes it easier for you to prevent stress, life or situation from jeopardizing all of the work you’ve been working toward in your sobriety. Failure to carefully monitor the triggers and situations make you vulnerable to relapse.
  3. Make sure that you continue to check in regularly with your support group. Having this support system is critical to you being able to work through stressful situations that could inspire you to use.
  4. Apply what you’ve learned in your treatment and aftercare programs. The coping techniques and stress management skills you’ve been empowered with will serve you well in certain life situations.

How to Calculate Sobriety
Let's be honest - sometimes the best sobriety calculator is the one that is easy to use and doesn't require us to even know what the sobriety formula is in the first place! But if you want to know the exact formula for calculating sobriety then please check out the "Formula" box above.