Why "Dry-January" Can Be BAD For You!


Now that the holidays are over, many people have made it a tradition to give up alcohol for a month -- you know … to let their livers recover.

This sounds like a healthy idea, but some British doctors warn that “Dry January” can actually be bad for you.

It seems that once January is over, people who’ve given up booze for a month feel like they have permission to drink as much as they want -- starting in February -- and that excessive drinking continues for the rest of the year.

Instead of going cold turkey for 31 days straight, the doctors recommend not drinking three days each week.

Taking a break for just those three days each week helps your body recover -- and doesn't make you feel like you’re torturing yourself. (LadBible)

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