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How it works

Sign up with your phone number to receive daily check-ins that keep you accountable and motivated.


Join the challenge

Register for the challenge in less than 2 minutes! Receive your welcome message.


Log daily progress

Track your progress by replying to daily text messages that keep you accountable & motivated.


Get group updates

Celebrate your victory with others and enjoy your healthier habits and lifestyle.

What is Sober October?

Sober October is a popular annual challenge in which people commit to abstaining from alcohol for the month of October. It's a chance for people to observe and reset their relationship with alcohol, improve their health, and potentially save some money.

There are many benefits to participating in Sober October. Alcohol can disrupt sleep patterns and lead to fatigue, so by eliminating alcohol for a month, people can experience better sleep and feel more rested and alert during the day.

Note: Alcohol withdrawl can become a medical issue so we advise that you talk to your doctor before making any drastic changes.

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Sober challenges are scientifically proven to improve drinking habits 6 months after the challenge ends.

In 2016, a research study followed 857 participants that participated in Dry January.

Six months after the challenge, participants were still drinking less.

In other words, doing a 31-day challenge can benefit you all year.

Read the full study ->ο»Ώ

Enjoy the benefits of Sober October all year long.


Less drinking days per week

Participants in the study saw a significant reduction in drinking days per week


Less drinks & drunkenness

Participants were also consuming fewer drinks per typical drinking day at the 6-month follow-up.


Improved ability to decline drinks

Participants also saw an increase in "DRSE" scores, or "Drinking refusal self-efficacy"

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