Go Sober For October

Go Sober for October involves 31 days without alcohol and instead of wasting money on buying alcohol you end up raising money for people living with cancer they partner with Macmillan Cancer Support for a positive cause in helping others suffering from cancer. The way in which this works is you sign up on any device mobile, desktop by simply entering your email address and password or even via your Facebook account. After you have signed up you go alcohol free for the 31 days of October and raise funds towards the charity Macmillan Cancer Support and then most importantly you help people affected by cancer.

Go Sober for October is a fundraising campaign aimed at challenging social drinkers to change their habits for a month and make some healthier lifestyle changes. The purpose of Sober for October is to encourage people to drink alcohol responsibly and stick to the recommended daily guidelines for the rest of the year. It is advised that heavy drinkers or people dependent on alcohol should speak to their GP before signing up with Go Sober.

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What are the Benefits of Go Sober For October?

The way in which the fundraising will make a difference is a variety of different ways such as paying for mobile phones containing start-up credit for a cancer self-help and support group helping keep members in touch, phone services improved for cancer support specialists helping others in need, travel costs for a person’s hospital for cancer treatment, nurses providing medical support and advice to families affected by cancer and many more.

The benefits of Go Sober for October include improvements to your diet and exercise routine. This will make you as an individual feel healthier in everything you do, having a clearer mind set gaining a fresh approach to how you consume alcohol also by feeling that sense of heroism that you are doing this to help change the lives of people with cancer.

What is the recommended alcohol intake per week?

Men and women are advised not to drink more than 14 units of alcohol per week on a regular basis. If you regularly drink alcohol then it is best to spread your drinking over three or more days with no more than 14 units per week. In order to cut down on your alcohol consumption, it is best to have several alcohol free days each week.

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To find out more information about go sober for October simply just visit 

https://www.gosober.org.uk/about