Drinking less is one of the most common resolutions that people make during New Year. After the morning of January 1, drunkards normally wish to drink less throughout the year, knowing that it is bad for the health. The bad thing is, more often than not, this resolution does not last for a year. People attend parties sometime in the next 364 days of the year and are tempted to drink a little, until they fail to realize how much they have already glugged down. For every hundred people that resolve to refrain from drinking alcohol, only a small number of them successfully make it.