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Dry January What is it and how beneficial can it be New Year

Dry January What is it and how beneficial can it be New Year

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Some people undertake a "Dry January" after overindulging on holiday drinks. (Africa Studio/Shutterstock)

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Dry January is a term used for ditching alcohol in the first month of the new year. Many people celebrate as an annual tradition and mini-detox from the ...

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Dry January: Benefits of going booze-free in first month of New Year

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First, come up with your why. Before you commit to dry January ...

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Dry January is a thing. This is why people are swearing off booze for a month

Dry January is the UK's one-month booze-free challenge that helps millions reset their relationship with alcohol every year.

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Dry January has really taken off over the last few years and the benefits felt by those who take part mean it will continue to grow.

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If starting off the New Year with more sleep, money and less weight is on your goals list, then researchers from the University of Sussex say they may have ...

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New Year, new you – try Dry January in 2018 and take a refreshing break from #booze register and feel the benefits ...

It's that time again – Dry January! If you've been toying with the idea of starting yoga, the new year (and an alcohol free month) can be the perfe…

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Dry January is when individuals swear off drinking for the month, sort of like a mini New Year's resolution. It got its start as a public health campaign ...

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In the New Year many people commit to Dry January, a month-long tee-total challenge. While an alcohol detox is arguably beneficial for your health in a ...

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Anglia Ruskin on Twitter: "New year, new goals! We're supporting Dry January and reaping the benefits of getting healthier. If you're taking part, ...

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Dry January One of the most common New Year's resolutions that people share is to become healthier. One of the popular ways to do this – besides exercising ...

The benefits of giving up alcohol for a month are pretty obvious but, if like us you might need a little help, you can download the Dry January App here and ...

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BRITS taking part in Dry January this year will reap more than just the financial benefits. Health experts at Optical Express have revealed how staying off ...

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The Benefits of “Dry January” to Your Health

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According to a YouGov poll, 3.1 million people in the UK planned on doing Dry

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... you can view their online resources to speak to them directly, or check the #Dry January on Instagram and Twitter. Their app is also available for ...

We are well aware that year end activities and the Christmas holiday is usually a time of excess in many areas including spending, food and alcohol.

Going sober for Dry January could lead to weight loss, better sleep, better skin

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Dry January benefits: Is it good to give up alcohol completely or can it harm your health?

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The Christmas and New Year's celebrations may now seem like a distant memory – or if you enjoyed yourself a bit too much, then you may be struggling to ...

How 'Dry January' is the secret to better sleep, saving money and losing weight

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After a Dry January the best reward may be to continue to drink within low-risk guidelines, so safeguarding the hard-won benefits.

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New year, new you. Swap all your alcoholic drinks for something softer this January to experience some amazing benefits.

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Alcohol Concern's Dry January provides information, support and extra motivation for those taking a break. There is a free app to track our progress and the ...

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Dry January Has Financial Benefits for 88 Percent of People in Alcohol Study

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Every year more than three million Brits take part in Dry January - but many of

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University of Leeds on Twitter: "People taking part in #DryJanuary report benefits including better sleep, weight loss, improved self-esteem, and surprise ...

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Check out this infographic created by Waterlogic which gives you some great tips on how to stay hydrated all day long, all year round!

No alcohol for a month for "Dry January" or "Mineral Tour" in February? Here are the consequences for a longer period

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Dry January and other New Year's resolutions: Benefits of no alcohol?

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