The thought of going three months a year without a drink might be too much for some.
However, this woman's 'one week no booze method' could be the solution you've been looking for.
Despite being a non-drinker, most of my mates - who will be turning 30 next year - really want to lower their alcohol intake, as they claim that hangovers aren't getting any easier.
Whilst they keep reminding me how lucky I am to have never had a hangover, they still don't want to give up drinking entirely.
And let's face it, Brits love a sesh.
Drinkers in the UK get drunk more often than any other nation in the world, figures from a 2019 global survey have suggested.
More than 120,000 substance-users took part in The Global Drug Survey, and it was found that Britons - on average - get drunk almost once a week, which is more frequently than 35 other nations.
Another English-speaking nation that joined the Brits towards the top of the global rankings was the US.
And one woman from across the pond has shared her 'one week no booze method', which is currently going viral on TikTok.
Bridget Stangland, 31, from Nashville, Tennessee, said cutting down on her boozing helped improve her sleep, her brain fog, and her skin.
"The one week no booze method is taking one week off of alcohol each month, and at the end of the year it results in three months of no drinking," she explained in her video.
"For those who want to go a little bit bigger, you can do two weeks each month, and at the end of the year, it results in six months of no drinking. That's half the year."
The content creator noticed that the older she got, the more unnecessary drinking she was doing.
"I realised it doesn't serve me to have it all the time. And I like taking breaks. I feel amazing when I take breaks. I don't have brain fog. I sleep well. My skin looks better," she said.
"I thought, 'Why not create a small change that results in this major impact?' So I incorporated something that felt easy to me, which was one week, and went from there.
"Sometimes I go longer each month; sometimes I just do the one week. It all really depends on how I'm feeling and things that are happening in my life."
The TikToker also made it clear that her advice is 'not intended for those overly dependent on alcohol, or addicted in any way'.
"I am not a medical professional, just a 30-something-year-old who found this healthy habit to work and wanted to share it with others," she told the Daily Mail.
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