Tuesday, October 3

“Alas, we missed too much on New Year’s Eve”: What to do?


If you’re one of those people who lose control of what you eat and drink on New Year’s Eve, you’re not alone. On the last night of the year, and on this night when we meet the new year with enthusiasm and hope, it can be considered normal to eat and drink more than usual. However, repeating your needs the next day can leave you feeling tired, bloated, and unbalanced. But don’t worry! Today I will list a few tips to help your body recover:

  • Don’t neglect water: Dehydration is a common side effect of drinking too much alcohol and can exacerbate conditions such as fatigue and bloating. For this reason, drinking water in small sips will help your body rehydrate and flush out excess toxins.
  • Eat foods rich in fiber: High-fiber foods can help regulate your digestive system and reduce bloating. It also helps balance blood sugar levels, which are unstable due to the effects of alcohol and overeating. Good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes.
  • The exercise: As difficult as it sounds, physical activity can help boost your energy levels. A short walk or a light yoga session can help balance your energy after New Year’s Eve. If you feel very tired, do not force yourself.
  • Take a probiotic: Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that help maintain a healthy gut microbiome. Overeating and drinking on New Year’s Eve will directly affect your digestive system. For this reason, adding probiotics will help your body come to its own balance. You can consume probiotic rich foods such as fermented foods, yogurt, kefir, kombucha.
  • Avoid processed and fatty foods: Especially after the New Year, this is worth paying attention to. Because processed foods and foods high in fat are harder for your body to digest. This can lead to more bloating and discomfort. Instead, you can opt for lighter, more easily digestible foods.

By following these tips, you can help your body recover and return to its original state after eating more food than you need on New Year’s Eve. Remember to be kind to yourself and give your body the time and care it needs to balance.

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