If total sobriety this January sounds too intimidating, try a semi-dry version of the annual foray into abstinence known as “Dry January.” The new custom called “Damp January” will still improve your relationship with alcohol.
According to The Washington Post, studies show even a modest reduction in drinking can improve blood pressure, mental health, and liver health. It can also reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease, while improving sleep, energy levels and the appearance of your skin.
Here are some ways to cut back on alcohol:
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