Any day can be a dry day. You don’t need to wait for DRY January, Sober October, or any other Alcohol-Free Trend.
Before joining the next challenge (alcohol-free or dance trend…), consider why you’re joining in or what it can do for your body’s health & wellness.
Choosing to abstain from alcohol (or social media, cannabis, or even sex) for a short period of time has become trendy. But is one month the solution to changing how you think about alcohol?
For these guidelines to work, we first need to understand what “one drink” really means:
Now, let’s check your drinking habits.
The below limits can help reduce long-term health risks by drinking no more than:
No more than 2 drinks most days for women (10 drinks a week)
No more than 3 drinks most days for men (15 drinks a week)
If you choose to drink, use these guidelines to help you plan ahead, and decide how much and why you are drinking. Low-risk drinking resources: Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines: