Not only is Sober October good for you, but it is also good for your liver.

by Brandnation Integrated Ltd

Why going Sober this October helps everyone.


Sober October has come around again, where we all make efforts to reduce our alcohol intake or stop drinking completely for the whole month of October.   

Let’s use this month to have fun and experiment with non-alcoholic recipes. Instead of holding off on purchasing that cocktail gift set you have had your eye on, why not find other uses for it? It is time to try that mocktail recipe saved in your bookmarks since 2018.   

If you still need further convincing, here are 5 reasons why going sober this October has many benefits for yourself, and for others. 


Find other uses for your drink glass sets 

Who said your gin balloon glasses can only be used for alcoholic gin? Sober October is the time to test out your new iridescent gin glasses with non-alcoholic alcohol (yes, they even make non-alcoholic gin nowadays!) or experiment with different mocktail recipes. 

Sober October is the time to swap drinking socials with your friends for tea parties! Socialise with your friends while having a spot of afternoon tea. Plus we have the perfect G&Tea set that will jazz up your afternoon tea session, ensuring you party in style! 

Sober October - The start of a healthier you! 

Sober October could also be about trying new healthier habits which you can maintain, even when you start drinking again next month! Set a goal to wake-up at airport hours to go to the gym in the morning before work. Or, make it an objective to drink at least 3 litres of water in a day. How about reducing the amount of take-aways you order?


Pick up a hobby 

You might find that you have some extra time on your hands now that you’re not going out to every social event known to mankind. Plus, with your calendar being fully booked for the Christmas season maybe now is the time to try a new hobby. What about those dance classes you said you were going to start last January? 

Raise money for charity  


Still need convincing? Well, sober October is not just about leading a healthier lifestyle, but also about helping others. It originally started as a campaign to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Last year, participants chose to go sober for 14, 21 or the entire 31 days, raising a record-breaking £5.4M! (source: