Beer With Us: 'Dry January' Is The Worst, Best New Year's Resolution
Because not drinking for a month — or even trying not to — might help reduce your overall alcohol consumption in the future.By Jamal Andress | December 31, 2015
Many people will set many different resolutions this new year, one of which will undoubtedly be to successfully complete Dry January. But is giving up alcohol for an entire month worth it? Yeah, it probably is.
A new study from Health Psychology found people who didn't drink for a month — or even attempted not to drink for a month — reported reductions in their overall alcohol consumption in the following months.
Out of the 857 people who participated in the study, 64 percent successfully completed the Dry January challenge.