People are pledging to curb their booze intake after signing up to dry January, says Alcohol Concern
FOUR in five people have pledged to cut down on their booze intake after taking part in a dry January.
More than 80 per cent of those who took part in Alcohol Concern's campaign have revealed they are looking to curb their drinking following 31 days off the booze.
The results were revealed through a survey asking their reasons as to why they signed up and whether they had noticed any benefits.
More than 55 per cent said it had helped them to save cash and the majority said they had got involved for health reasons and also to prove to themselves they could do it.
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More than 4,300 people signed up to go dry with Alcohol Concern.
Emily Robinson, director of campaigns at Alcohol Concern, said: "Dry January is all about getting people talking and thinking about their drinking and from the conversations we're seeing in the press, on social media and hearing in the street, it's obvious we've done just that."