Every January, people try to make the New Year's resolutions a healthier, new version. These goals are usually about eating healthier or meeting the gym. a YouGov survey from January 2018 found that eating, exercising, and saving money were the three most popular resolutions of the year.
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But lately alcohol abstinence in the name of "Dry January" is in vogue. If you have not heard about the popular resolution yet, find out what's important here.
What is dry January?
UK based non-profit organization Alcohol Research UK started with the first official "dry January" 201
In 2017 more than 5 million Britons committed to living without alcohol for the campaign, which is fast becoming fashionable in the United States. Aside from better sleep and increased energy – well documented benefits of abstaining from alcohol – advocates claim that draining alcohol for one month can negate the negative effects of regular alcohol consumption on health, such as: B. fatty liver and elevated blood sugar . 19659006] Great! For example, a 4-week abstinence stint can wash off alcohol consumption and a daily bud habit for years, right? Well, not exactly. Read on to find out what's too much alcohol for your body – and if Dry January is really worth it.