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Dry January’s Over – How’d You Do?

Dillon McClernon

Authored by Dillon McClernon

Taking a month off from drinking has more benefits than you might think. According to a study from the University of Sussex, 800 people who participated in Dry January last year reported they:

  • Had a sense of achievement (93%)
  • Were able to save money (88%)
  • Thought more deeply about their relationship with alcohol (82%)

So could anyone benefit from a month off (or longer) from drinking? Most likely, says Dr. Deni Carise, Ph.D. and Chief Scientific Officer at Recovery Centers of America.

“People might say to me, ‘I think I might have a drinking problem, but I’m not sure.’ I say to them, ‘When was the last time you thought you had a problem with broccoli? You never think that because you don’t have a problem with broccoli,’” Dr. Carise told Healthline.

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Authored by

Dillon McClernon

Dillon McClernon

Dillon currently serves as the Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at RCA. After his tenure as Chief Communications Officer and senior advisor to RCA, he opted for a full-time position at RCA where he could build a new team linking sales and marketing to directly impact RCA’s mission of saving 1 million lives.


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