Although we don't encourage over indulging here are some timely, and natural, tips on getting through the following morning if you have had a little too much celebrating.
No one likes a hangover; however, most people like to eat and drink
until they burst during the holidays. Tempting treats peak around every
corner. Hangovers are not only relegated to those drinking alcohol.
Gorging until eyeballs roll back into one's head and the always present doggie bag
produces ample opportunity for a food coma. A variety of natural cures
abound to help holiday hangovers disappear up the chimney after Santa
Prevent a hangover by eating 6 to 12
almonds before drinking. The North American Natives claim this will
protect the body against intoxication.
water is the best cure for hangovers. As a matter of fact, alternating a
glass of water with an alcoholic drink can prevent a hangover.
Sparkling waters with a twist of lime or lemon make a respectable
replacement for a cocktail, preventing fluid loss associated with
drinking alcohol. Drink a glass or two of water before going to bed to
Eating a banana will
replenish lost potassium and other minerals after drinking too much
alcohol. Bananas are soothing to the digestive tract for most people and
provide something solid in the stomach.
with being a delectable culinary delight, the spicy green paste known as
wasabi also makes an excellent cleanse to remove toxins from the body.
Wasabi stimulates blood circulation and promotes oxygenation of the
cells, which helps remove waste. Infuse 2 to 4 tbsp. in a hot bath to
allow the body to shed toxins through the skin to ease a hangover.
is the time-honored cure for nausea and stomach upset. The easiest way
to consume ginger is by drinking ginger ale; however, it must contain
real ginger and sugar, not artificial sweeteners. Sugar too helps settle
the stomach, so this is a winning combination for hangovers.
Alternatively, make ginger tea by cutting a dozen slices of fresh ginger
root and boiling them in 4 cups of water for about ten minutes. Remove
the ginger and add the juice of half a fresh lemon and honey to taste.
Drink as much of the tea as needed.
the body's reflexes through the feet is a popular treatment for
relieving a variety of conditions, including hangovers. Detox the liver
and relieve headaches and other effects from too much drinking by
rubbing the liver reflex on the outer edge of the right foot (half way
between the little toe and the middle of the foot).
homeopathic remedy Nux vomica helps relieve headaches and digestive
upsets such as belching, gas and bloating from drinking and eating too
much. Dissolve a pellet in 4 oz. water and sip every hour for several
doses until symptoms subside. Individuals should stop taking the remedy
when they feel better or if symptoms don't improve after taking three
Lime or Lemon
Both lime and lemon juice help
balance the body, stabilizing blood sugar and altering the pH. First
thing in the morning after drinking, add 2 tsp. of fresh lime or lemon
juice to 8 oz. warm water. Stir in a teaspoonful or two of raw honey and
drink it down slowly.
You can read more at: https://doublewoodsupplements.com/pages/10-scientifically-backed-cures-for-that-crushing-hangoverSources for this article include:
PlanetGreen.com: 7 Natural Hangover Cures that Workhttp://planetgreen.discovery.com/fo...
Discovery Fit and Helath: 9 Home Remedies for Hangovershttp://health.howstuffworks.com/wel...
Health 911: Hangovershttp://www.health911.com/hangovers
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