As for what benefits there are to not drinking alcohol for a year, Scott repeated one of OYNB’s key points which resonated with him.
“If you could take a pill that provided you with weight loss, enhanced your sleep quality, improved your skin and appearance, improved your overall health, increased your mood, increased your happiness, enhanced your relationships, reduces anxiety and stress, and overall improves the quality of your life and fundamental happiness with no side effects, and it was free… everybody would take it,” he said.
“And literally, all of those things have improved [for me]. I really understand what alcohol does and how alcohol affects the body [now].”
Looking back, Scot didn’t deny how hard it was to stop drinking: “It is difficult. And I think, the first 28 days, the first month was definitely the hardest, and then it gets better and it gets easier.
“I think a lot of people do one month [detoxes] and it’s a shame, because I think a lot of people feel better after that month – and that’s the hardest month, if you can just go a little bit further, then I think you get some real breakthroughs and it definitely becomes easier.”
Try the 28 Day Challenge, for a mere £59 Change one thing and watch your whole world change.
For further information on One Year No Beer, visit www.oneyearnobeer.com