Dry January 2022 in the United Kingdom can encourage us anywhere, to drink less alcohol or not to drink alcohol, for the month of January. Or longer…

Dry January

What is Dry January?

In Dry January the United Kingdom (UK) Alcohol Change UK explain:

Dry January 2022 “Dry January is the UK’s one-month alcohol-free challenge. It isn’t about giving anything up. It’s about getting something back. Get your fun back. Get your energy back. Get your calm back.

Get your YOU back”.

Get Your YOU Back

Why Do Dry January?

In Dry January: Why Do Dry January? the Alcohol Change UK note:

Dry January 2021

1. What You’ll Notice

See your skin get brighter, your wallet fuller, your days busier. Feel your step get bouncier, your mind calmer, your nights sleepier. Most people who do Dry January see a whole host of obvious benefits that make Dry January the perfect start to the New Year.

2. On the Inside…

3. Long-Term Change…”.

Menopause Symptoms

Is there an association between menopause symptoms and alcohol?

In Alcohol: Alcohol & Menopause the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH) explain:

“For women around the time of menopause, alcohol intake can exacerbate hot flushes and add to the risk of excess weight gain”.
Dry January 2022

Breast Cancer

Is there an association between breast cancer and alcohol?

In Drinking Alcohol the (United States) Breastcancer.org note:

“Compared to women who don’t drink at all, women who have three alcoholic drinks per week have a 15% higher risk of breast cancer. Experts estimate that the risk of breast cancer goes up another 10% for each additional drink women regularly have each day”.

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Last Updated: 22 March 2022 – Last Revised: 28 December 2021