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Dry January

Dry January 2022

Why not try going sober for Dry January 2021?

Abstaining for a month could help you lose weight, reduce your blood pressure and improve your general long-term health.

The benefits of reducing your alcohol intake are well documented, however, if you are addicted to alcohol, it's important you see your pharmacist or doctor instead of simply stopping.

You may need support if:

  • you often feel the need to have a drink
  • you get into trouble because of your drinking
  • other people warn you about how much you're drinking
  • you think your drinking is causing you problems

If you need help going sober during January, there's lots of information and resources available on Alcohol Change UK's Dry January web page or on the NHS's Drink Less - Better Health web page. If you live in Lincolnshire there is also support from One You Lincolnshire.

You can also visit our blog with lots of tips on how to reduce you alcohol intake and links to useful resources.

Belvoir non alcoholic drinks web

And just because you've given up alcohol doesn't mean you can't have fun. You can still go out, stay in or relax without a boozy tipple.

Our food stores offer a wide range of alcohol alternatives. From our non-alcoholic Prosecco to booze-free martinis by our Love Local producer Belvoir Farms, there's something for every taste.

So why not give it a go?

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