What a month off drinking does for your body

Whatever the name and purpose for your month off alcohol, the health benefits of abstaining remain the same.

OneLife  staff writer

OneLife staff writer

Staff writer

Dry July, Octsober, Febfast: whatever the name and purpose for your month off alcohol, the health benefits of abstaining – yes, even for just a short time – remain the same. So, what actually happens to our bodies when we stop drinking for four weeks? Let’s find out.

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OneLife  staff writer

OneLife staff writers come from a range of backgrounds including health, wellbeing, music, tech, culture and the arts. They spend their time researching the latest data and trends in the health market to deliver up-to-date information, helping everyday Australians live healthier lives. This is general information only and is not intended as medical, health, nutritional or other advice. You should obtain professional advice from a medical or health practitioner in relation to your own personal circumstances. The information in this article is general information only and is not intended as medical, health, nutritional or other advice. You should obtain professional advice from a medical or health practitioner in relation to your own personal circumstances.

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The information in this article is general information only and is not intended as financial, medical, health, nutritional, tax or other advice. It does not take into account any individual’s personal situation or needs. You should consider obtaining professional advice from a financial adviser and/or tax specialist, or medical or health practitioner, in relation to your own circumstances and before acting on this information.