If you give up drinking alcohol for January, choosing non-alcoholic beverages instead of boozy ones, you could look forward to better health, better sleep and a healthier bank balance. Photo: Sipfree
If you give up drinking alcohol for January, choosing non-alcoholic beverages instead of boozy ones, you could look forward to better health, better sleep and a healthier bank balance. Photo: Sipfree
Wellness

Dry January: could you go without alcohol for a month? It would help you lose weight, look better and save money

  • Short-term sobriety promotes weight loss, regulates blood pressure and has a positive effect on cancer-related growth factors
  • It also saves you money, lets you enjoy better sleep, improves your skin and gives you more energy to spend the money you’ve saved

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If you give up drinking alcohol for January, choosing non-alcoholic beverages instead of boozy ones, you could look forward to better health, better sleep and a healthier bank balance. Photo: Sipfree
If you give up drinking alcohol for January, choosing non-alcoholic beverages instead of boozy ones, you could look forward to better health, better sleep and a healthier bank balance. Photo: Sipfree
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