How to stop alcohol sweats & Alcohol & night sweats

Reframe Content Team

June 13, 2022

Sober Curious

You probably don’t think of being sweaty (outside of working out) as a good thing, but sweat serves an important function. Sweat is a vital part of our body’s cooling system. Our sweat glands work hard, even when we’re sleeping. Sweat itself is 99% water, with traces of salts and metabolic wastes. When secreted onto the skin’s surface, sweat evaporates, taking heat from our bodies as it vaporizes and cooling the blood that flows beneath our skin. Fun fact— This evaporative cooling system is likely the reason that human bodies are nearly hairless.

Alcohol and its Effects on Anxiety

Reframe Content Team

April 1, 2022

Alcohol Reduction
Sober Curious

Having a drink at the end of a long day to decrease anxiety may seem like the answer, but studies have shown alcohol can actually exacerbate symptoms of anxiety.

5 Reasons to Participate in Dry January

Reframe Content Team

December 21, 2021

Sober Curious
Alcohol Reduction

Have you ever participated in 'Dry January' before? If you haven't heard of it, it's a public health campaign where people all around the United States and Europe decide to abstain from alcohol for the month.

How to Get Sober Fast

Reframe Content Team

November 12, 2021

Sober Curious

If you've landed on this page, you're probably in a place where you're considering cutting alcohol out of your life, and you want it to be a quick, clean break. You can make this decision today.

Tips to Stay Sober

Reframe Content Team

November 12, 2021

Sober Curious

Maybe you're already on the path to quitting or cutting down on alcohol use, or maybe you're still considering it. Either way, it's important to know some ways that you can stay on the path once you're on it.‍

How To Celebrate without Alcohol

Reframe Content Team

September 1, 2021

Alcohol-free
Sober Curious

When on your journey to drink less or quit drinking entirely, one of the most common concerns you may have is “How will I celebrate without alcohol?” And who can blame you? Popping champagne bottles and pouring ourselves a drink has been our default way to celebrate.