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Dry January: Science explains why giving up alcohol can improve sleep – Inverse

In a survey of 800, 71 percent slept better after participating in Dry January. Scientific studies can explain why.



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Dry January
formally began in 2013 as a public health campaign challenging people to give up alcohol for at least one month. Today, its more of a cultural phenomenon debated on talk shows, embraced by health publications, and allegedly over-documented on social media. But as Eater writer Jaya Saxenaobserved in 2020, criticizing anyones sobriety, even when its limited to a month, is an irresponsible, dick move. And while its become monetized and trendy, Dry January is still the real deal. Giving…

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