Today's Daily Mail reports on a University of Sussex study on those who had taken part in the 2018 Dry January - the annual challenge to give up alcohol for 31 days. They were presented with three surveys, over a period of eight months, and the study reports these benefits -
93% had a sense of achievement
88% saved money
82% thought more deeply about their relationship with alcohol
80% felt more in control of their drinking
76% learned more about when and why they drank
71% realised they didn't need a drink to enjoy themselves
71% slept better
70% had generally improved health
67% had more energy
58% lost weight
57% had better conce3ntration
54% had better skin
According to a Youguv report - 10% of those who drink are going to try Dry January 2019.
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