If you want your New Year’s resolutions to be successful, kicking alcohol to the curb may be key.
Health experts are recommending folks lay off of booze for the month of January as a means of kicking off the New Year. The movement is called “Dry January” and British researchers say there are serious benefits.
The new study shows that more than half of people who abstain from alcohol in January reported losing weight, sleeping better, and having more energy. Not only that, but 88-percent saw their finances improve drastically.
Eight out of ten said they felt more in control of their drinking and that taking time off made them think about their relationship with alcohol.
Dry January sees millions of UK participants every year and is now taking hold here in the U.S. Source: Birmingham Mail