We know a month off the juice can be tough, particularly at all those February weddings and birthdays. We’ve enlisted the help of various tasty health and wellness partners to share exclusive drink ideas and recipes with you, so you’ll never get bored, and stay on track.

If you really must drink during February, all is not lost! We have Time Out passes you can buy to give you or your febfasting friend a 24 hour window to raise a glass at your cousin’s wedding, best mate’s birthday or daughter’s graduation.

How To Stop Drinking

Trying to figure out how to stop drinking can be challenging, even if it’s just for a one-month alcohol detox. However, these tips for how to stop drinking can make it easier:

  • Drink more water. Add a spritz of citrus to make plain water more refreshing.
  • Sparkling water. A bit of fizz makes water even more exciting.
  • Low-sugar drinks. Ask your host for a list of low-sugar non-alcoholic drink options.
  • Money motivations. Think about all the extra money you’ll be saving by not buying alcohol.
  • Health benefits and helping others. Remind yourself that quitting alcohol for a month with febfast benefits disadvantaged youth as well as your health.

Benefits Of Giving Up Alcohol

While you might enjoy an alcoholic beverage now and again, overindulging can lead to a build-up of toxins in the body. Your organs, tissues, and essential systems can start to become overtaxed. Taking a break from alcohol allows your system a much-needed reboot, and this February is the perfect time for a month-long alcohol detox. February is febfast month, a time set aside for giving up alcohol and sugar with the proceeds benefiting disadvantaged youth. Quit alcohol and you’ll enjoy health benefits like better energy levels, improved sleep, fat loss, and reduced risk of longer-term illnesses like heart disease.

Previous febfasters have reported all the wonderful outcomes below after a month off drinking:

febfast alcohol benefits: 62% lose weight, 81% save money, 86% become more aware of how their habits impact their health, 60% are more productive, 44& get better sleep, 85% febfasters complete the challenge and a whopping 100% help improve the lives of young people struggling with substance misuse.

And if that doesn’t convince you, recent research from the University College London has also shown a month without alcohol can reduce your risk of longer term illnesses such as heart disease. The benefits just keep on coming!

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