Stopping Alcohol Timeline

Drinking can be one of the best ways to improve your health. But what kind of changes might you see once you start down the path to a healthier life? We’ve created a timeline of what you can expect in regards to your mental and physical health when you stop drinking.The Reframe App has both a 7-day and 30-day trial option so that you can start to experience what drinking less does for you. Learn what you can expect during that time, and then come see why 91% of our users report a significant decline in their drinking when using Reframe.

1 Day Without Alcohol

Congratulations, you’ve made the first step to a healthier life! 24 hours isn’t easy, but it’s a huge milestone. It’s likely that you won’t feel any huge changes after 1 day, but your body has already started detoxifying. Depending on your previous level of alcohol use you may feel withdrawal symptoms. If these are severe you should seek medical attention.

3 Days Without Alcohol

After 3 days of no alcohol, you may notice an increase in cravings for sugar and carbs. This is because your body is still searching for everything it used to get from your alcohol drinking. The good news is these cravings are temporary! Reframe can help you get through this time with personalized daily activities, a customized toolkit, and a community ready to help.

7 Days Without Alcohol

One week! What a great accomplishment. You are probably noticing improved sleep quality at this point. The reason for this is that alcohol messes with your sleep rhythms, leading to fewer periods of deep sleep, and causing you to wake up tired. After a few days without alcohol your sleep cycle begins to normalize and you’ll be waking up more rested. Also, while you can’t feel any difference, your heart health is probably improving. Going a week without alcohol may help lower your blood pressure, reducing your risk of developing cardiovascular disease. That’s a pretty good 7 days! Start your free 7-day trial and start feeling healthier.

14 Days Without Alcohol

All that sleep you’re getting is probably leading to more daytime energy now. That means your days don’t drag as much, you’re getting more done, and you are just generally feeling better. You might find yourself looking better too. For one, alcohol is a diuretic, meaning you’ve been dehydrating yourself every time you drink. 14 days of no alcohol lets you rehydrate and can help you have healthier skin. In addition, you may be losing weight. A single drink can have 150 calories in it, meaning if you’ve cut out 2 drinks per day for 14 days that’s over 4,000 calories saved in the last 2 weeks!

30 Days Without Alcohol

After 30 days of not drinking a lot of good stuff really starts to happen. In fact, this is usually when people start to feel their best after giving up alcohol. Your body has been repairing itself for a month now, meaning everything from your liver and kidneys to your central nervous system is in better shape. You may feel like you are thinking more clearly, like your memory is better, and you are feeling less anxious or depressed. Remember those sugar cravings from earlier? Those should be long gone as well by now. On top of that, your digestive health may be better now that increased stomach acid from alcohol isn’t irritating your stomach. Start your 30-day trial to see what a month without alcohol can do for you.

Real Results

Reframe provides a simple, structured approach to help you drink mindfully. 91% of Reframe users noted a substantial decrease in their alcohol use.

How It Works

Whether your goal is 30 days without alcohol, or just trying to cut back, Reframe has a customized solution that helps you achieve your personal goals.

How It Works

Whether your goal is 30 days without alcohol, or just trying to cut back, Reframe has a customized solution that helps you achieve your personal goals.

Personalized Daily Activities

The easy way to take a step toward mindful drinking every day.