"Janopause" Or The Act Of Quitting Alcohol In January Can Make You Healthier, University College London Study
1/7/2014 7:07:05 AM
Quitting alcohol for the month of January alone can make people healthier by improving sleeping patterns and aiding in weight loss, a recent study finds. Swearing off the booze after the holiday festivities has been found to be effective although no medical study has even been conducted to prove such claims. 'Janopause' or the act of pausing from alcohol consumption during the month of January offers health benefits for moderate drinkers. It can help lower cholesterol levels, aid in weight loss, improve sleeping patterns and alertness as well as provide the liver with the chance to recover.
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