7 tips for easing hangover painCare2Diana Herrington
As if the holidays aren’t a stressful enough time of year, plenty of people find themselves staggering toward the finish (with a few pit stops along the way) that is New Year’s Day, thanks to an excess of libations the night before.
Luckily, Diana Herrington at Care2 is just in time with her advice on how to cure a holiday hangover so you can get back to work tomorrow as fresh as the new-fallen snow (or at the very least, just get back).
This is the very first thing to add. Can it get any easier or cheaper? Just drink two large glasses of warm water as soon as possible and you will feel better.
Lemon and water
This is the second thing to add … at least 10 minutes after the water. Lemon is one of the most alkaline-forming foods possible. This is a simple way to get some quick alkalizing minerals into your system fast!
Shower (or steam or sauna)
While you are waiting for your body to flush out what it can with the water, give your liver and kidneys a break by cleaning off your skin. Your skin is the biggest cleaning organ of your body and it is probably loaded down with toxins. You will feel 20 – 30 percent better!
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Here’s to a healthy 2013!
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