More and more Americans are opting to cork the bottle as part of “Dry January,” the custom of going sober for the first 31 days of the new year. Still, it’s no easy feat—and according to Dr. Christian Jessen, it’s not a particularly healthy one either. “At the very least, a dry January is a complete waste of time health-wise. At worst, it’s actually bad for you because most people go back to boozing with a vengeance in February.”
Read the stories of four people who’ve made it an annual tradition to swear off booze for the first month of the year as part of a physical and mental reboot they claim perfectly centers them for the year to come here.
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