Q: What is the preparatory amount?
A: The preparatory amount is one of essential pieces of data that needs to be noted from your once-off preliminary experiment. This is outlined immediately prior to Step 1 of the formula.
Q: How much is my preparatory amount?
A: This is something that is specific to the individual. This is why we outline the need for a once-off experiment prior to the commencement of Step 1 to ascertain your preparatory amount and preparatory time.
Q: Do I need to do all the steps of the formula before drinking the preparatory amount?
A: Yes, normally. But remember that you do not use any preparation when doing the initial once-off experiment to ascertain the preparatory amount and preparatory time.
Q: Is the preparatory amount really neccessary for the formula to work properly?
A: Yes. Just like each and every step in our guide, the preparatory amount is integral to drinking red face free. Without it, the whole process will not work properly.
Q: What does the preparatory time refer to?
A: This is the preparatory time period ascertained as a result of undertaking the essential once-off experiment outlined prior to Step 1.
Q: How long should the preparatory time be?
A: Again, like the preparatory amount, the preparatory time will be specific to the individual. You will know your preparatory time by undertaking the above-mentioned experiment that is explained prior to Step 1.
Q: Do I need to do the experiment every time a want to drink alcohol?
A: No. The experiment outlined prior to Step 1 is a once-off exercise. This means that once you have ascertained your preparatory time and amount you just need to make a note and then use this information when undertaking Step 4.
Q: Is the preparatory time needed for the formula to work correctly?
A: Yes. If you do not know your preparatory time you will not be able to undertake Step 4 properly and in turn the process will not work to its full potential.
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