Home » Blog » Celebrating ten years of Dry January

Celebrating ten years of Dry January

January is when you should start fulfilling those New Year’s Resolutions. And maybe one of them was to consume less alcohol. We’re with you on this one. You might wonder about the rules of this challenge. It’s pretty simple—no alcohol from New Year’s Day until the 1st of February.

There is nothing wrong if you’ve already had a drink or two up until now. It’s better to start later than never.

Not only will it be a fantastic way to regain energy, sleep better, and save money, but it will also help you be kind to your liver.

It is usually recommended not to drink more than 14 units of alcohol per week. Even though your liver can handle small amounts of alcohol, it can still affect it in many ways. It might be possible that you’re damaging your liver, and you don’t even know about it. If you feel any pain on the right side of your abdomen when drinking alcohol, you should have an abdominal ultrasound scan.

Look after your liver.

The best way to check on your liver is to have an ultrasound scan which can rule out any abnormality, fatty liver disease or other alcohol-related liver diseases. If you don’t want to wait 6+ weeks for your hospital appointment, book a private abdominal ultrasound scan in our Private Ultrasound Clinic in Welbeck Street https://londonsono.com/product/abdominal/

We offer same-day, weekend, and evening appointments for an affordable price.