Here's How "Dry January" Turned Out For Most People

Cocktail glasses with city view

Cocktail glasses with city view

It looks like “Dry January” didn’t turn out the way most people had hoped.

Dry January has become an annual tradition in which people attempt to completely stop all alcohol consumption for the month. Some people made it. Others didn’t. A recent study shows that most people were able to stay “dry” for the first ten days. 4 percent stumbled on the first day, and 8 percent fell off the wagon on January 3rd.

The most popular reason people started drinking before the month was out was “I forgot I was doing it.” 25 percent said that watching the news was stressful enough to start drinking again.

Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: