Five helpful tips to get us through 'dry January'

From head of coaching at Westfield Health

Adam Saville
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Five helpful tips to get us through 'dry January'

Health specialist Mark Pinches provides a fistful of alternative stress mediators to alcohol

January is seen by many as an opportunity to change unhealthy habits and one common goal is giving up booze for a month following a busy period of Christmas and New Year fun. However, this task can come with challenges and without suitable alternatives can perhaps seem unmanageable for some people. To help alleviate stress and avoid temptation, head of coaching at Westfield Health, Mark Pinches, has offered five methods to help regular drinkers get through ‘dry January'. 1) Take up a hobby...

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