30-Day Supported Experiment

Are you ready and committed to taking charge?

For less than £1 per day you will receive daily emails and insporational videos for thirty days, alongside the benefits of the free supported challenge. This package includes a workbook and journal for you to complete to keep you focused on how you feel during your experiment and challenges your underlying beliefs about alcohol.

Daily Emails, Inspirational Videos & Access to the Private Facebook Group

NOW ONLY £19.99

(RRP £39.99)

We sometimes don’t realize how often we drink alcohol, or, how much we depend on that nightly glass of wine or beer. While drinking in moderation isn’t all bad, taking just 30 days off will positively impact your future drinking choices. Drinking alcohol is so ingrained in our society, have you ever thought what if we were much happier without it?

Many of us drink because we think it makes us happier in the moment or relaxes us. Have you ever tried another way? There is so much to explore and you have absolutely nothing to lose by experimenting with a different lifestyle . We at The Sober Experiment know that with just 30 days off, a whole new world could open up for you. The 30-day mark is only the beginning but already a number of positive changes will become very apparent.

Benefits – a few to get you started

  • Look and feel better than ever before – lose a few extra pounds, have clearer skin, healthier hair and brighter eyes
  • Feel genuinely happier – have more energy, improved sleep and better mood
  • Reduce anxiety – alcohol is a depressant and disrupts the natural balance of chemicals in the brain, remove alcohol and remove anxiety
  • Improve your productivity – when you reach 30 days sober, you will notice a definite improvement in your energy levels giving you a renewed sense of purpose.
  • Save money – think of what you could spend this extra money on as a major motivator

Studies have also shown that giving up for just one month could have positive long-term health benefits by reducing the number of drinking days later in the year.

After just 30 days off alcohol, you will start to notice the financial benefits and feel a sense of achievement having already abstained for one whole month.

The Sober Experiment will support you the whole way through your experiment through daily emails, a downloadable journal and workbook, inspirational videos and access to our private Facebook support group offering inspirational and motivational tips on meeting the first milestone. You will also be offered access to a regular group webinar (our sober chat) for questions and concerns that may arise during the experiment.

What are you waiting for?

If you’re ready to change your mindset about drinking and change your relationship with alcohol for good then click below!

For less than £1 a day for 30 days The Sober Experiment will help you begin your journey of self discovery.

You can purchase a paperback copy of the journal on Amazon!

The Sober Experiment 30-day journal and workbook, packed with daily activities and inspirational quotes, will help you on your journey to self-discovery.as you navigate the pathway to sobriety.Alex and Lisa, The Sober Experiment Ltd, have designed this journal based on methods and tips that worked for them. It includes useful sober survival tips and a comprehensive description of what you can expect in the first 30-days of sobriety to arm you with the facts and tools you need to be successful.At the back of the journal, you will find a section containing useful contacts should you need any additional support.

If would like to receive a paperback copy of the journal outside the UK, search Sober Experiement Journal on Amazon in your country.

So do you still think life without alcohol is dull and boring?

Ok, so alcohol actually numbs our senses and feelings so when you numb the bad feelings, you also numb the good ones. Alcohol decreases your levels of serotonin, GABA and your receptivity to dopamine the very things that make us feel happy! If you genuinely believe that life without alcohol is dull and boring then I am sorry to be the one to tell you this but you actually think your life is dull and boring without alcohol in it! This has nothing to do with alcohol actually enhancing life and everything to do with your limiting beliefs and how you spend your time.

“You get clarity as you get sober”.

Terms & Conditions

All material in the The Sober Experiment® website, Podcast. Blog Posts & Supporting Materials are provided for educational and informational purposes only.

The Sober Experiment® is in no way intended for individuals with a physical addiction or dependence on alcohol. We are a support service sharing information that helped us psychologically and physiologically to quit alcohol for good. Although we have some medical knowledge from our own research, we do not replace or provide medical help and our resources are not intended for diagnosis. We strongly recommend that you seek the advice of your doctor or medical professional before commencing our programme if you have a physical dependence on alcohol. Our programme is intended for those who have emotional dependency on alcohol and wish to cut down or quit drinking alcohol for good. It is important to be aware that withdrawal symptoms for individuals who have a physical dependence on alcohol can be extremely serious and even life-threatening. By signing up to our Sober Experiment, you agree to having read this disclaimer and agree our terms and conditions. If at any point you feel unwell during our experiment, please seek medical and professional advice immediately.

The Sober Experiment is pleased to announce that they are official fundraisers for @nacoauk
This charity is close to both of our hearts and we are over the moon that we can help! The Sober Experiment donates 10% of all profits made to Nacoa (The National Association for Children of Alcoholics), a registered charity founded in 1990 to address the needs of children growing up in families where one or both parents suffer from alcoholism or a similar addictive problem. This includes children of all ages, many of whose problems only become apparent in adulthood.
Nacoa has four broad aims:
To offer information, advice and support to children of alcohol-dependent parents
To reach professionals who work with them
To raise their profile in the public consciousness
To promote research into the problems they face and the prevention of alcoholism developing in this vulnerable group!
We really are so excited about this and have mega exciting stuff coming up to raise money for them, so please keep those bright eyes peeled!

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