How To Feel Better After A Night Of Overindulgence (Overeating or Drinking In Excess)

Often we attend a party in the weekend and end up eating or drinking too much. Be it a birthday, an anniversary, or a party for no reason, some of us often end up overeating or indulging ourselves in too many drinks than we can actually handle. The next morning, after such a night, is always terrible. The bloating, nausea, uneasiness, and hangover, all of them wreak havoc in our body and we start hating ourselves or our bodies.

However, we must prevent that and instead of sulking over the last night, we must start finding effective ways to maximize our recovery and feel better the next morning. This one-day, feel-better recovery plan will surely help you overcome the bloating, hangover, and uneasiness.

1. Drink Lots Of Water

Time: 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Drink lots of water to flush the toxins out

As soon as you wake up, drink water immediately and consistently throughout the day. Make water your best friend for the day. It

will not only help you flush the toxins out of your system but also hydrate your body. The feeling of nausea, bloating, and headache are results of dehydration that happen due to eating or drinking too much.

Dehydration not only means loss of water, but also, the loss of electrolytes. Drink warm water with apple cider vinegar and a tincture of sea salt so that the warm water digests the food, ACV regulates the insulin levels, and the sea salt replenishes electrolytes.

2. Have Your First Meal After 12 Hours Of Fasting

Time: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Have Your First Meal After 12 Hours Of Fasting

Give 12 hours of rest to your tummy. Do an intermittent fast of at least 12 hours from last night’s meal so that your gut recovers and rejuvenates. Intermittent fasting can also help reduce bloating and inflammation in the gut. Also, make sure that the first meal of the day is broth-based. For people who suffer from bloating issues, a soup

with enough sea vegetables such as kelp, seaweed, and mushrooms helps in the recovery of the gut.

3. Take Enough Vitamins

Time: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Take vitamin B, vitamin C, and vitamin D to cure hangovers effectively.

Vitamins B, C, and D can effectively cure hangovers, restore blood sugar stasis, and aid detoxification. They can be taken in the form of foods such as leafy greens for vitamin B, lemon juice for vitamin C, and mushrooms for vitamin D. If the bloating is terrible, you can also take vitamin supplements.

4. Eat Cooked Vegetables

Time: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Have cooked vegetables instead of eating them raw.

If you have skipped the broth-based breakfast, you can have it during lunchtime. You can also take enough cooked vegetables that are easy to digest and high in potassium content, electrolytes, and other nutrients. Do not eat raw vegetables for

the day as they are hard to digest and might cause more bloating.

5. Practice Yoga Or Take A Quick Nap

Time: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Practice yoga asanas to soothe the mind and body or take a nap.

Your body is stressed after last night’s party and needs to get enough rest. If you can manage to practice a few yoga asanas, nothing like it. Yoga will soothe the nervous system and calm the body and the mind. If you are too tired, take a short nap of 20 to 30 minutes to allow your body to heal; you will feel much better.

6. Soothe Yourself With Spicy Tea

Time: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

A cup of spicy tea will relax the digestive system and help you feel better

When you have a warm cup of tea full of cardamom, turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger, you will stimulate digestion

in your body. A cup of spicy tea will also relax the digestive system and ease the feeling of bloating and nausea. Sitting with a cup of tea is also mentally and emotionally calming.

7. Finish Off The Meals With Berries

Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

After a light meal, have berries as they are high in antioxidants

A bowl of berries not only sound appealing, but is also a great way to detoxify your body. Have a light meal including protein, cooked vegetables, or nuts. After the meal, take a bowl of berries, and if possible, the dark ones such as acai, black raspberries, and blueberries. Berries are low in sugar, sweet and sour in taste, and also, help you feel satiated. Since they are rich in antioxidants, they also help you restore the equilibrium of the immune system and the digestive system.

8. Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Time: 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Go to bed early and sleep peacefully for at
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Get a peaceful sleep so that you restore your energy levels to the fullest. Keep your phone away, shut yourself out from the social media for a few hours and go to bed early for at least eight hours of good sleep to wake up fresh the next morning.

With this amazing one-day, feel-good recovery plan, you will forget all about the uneasiness of yesterday and wake up to a beautiful, sunny morning!