As the New Year rolls in, many people examine their lifestyle choices, including their relationship with alcohol. These observations often lead to New Year’s resolutions, such as participating in “Dry January.” Dry January is a health and wellness trend that emphasizes taking a break from alcohol for an entire month. This break gives you a chance to evaluate your relationship with alcohol and allows you to gain an understanding of what is motivating you to drink and how it is impacting your life. The insights gained while taking a break from alcohol can help guide better choices moving forward. Click HERE to read more from George F. Koob, Ph.D., director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.