Hungover? Detox for the New Year!
We bet most of you reading this article are hungover from a full night of New Year’s Eve action. Here are a few suggestions to help you detox in 2016.
Are Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat and Tinder taking up too much of your time? Lots of people are talking about going on a digital detox, but few actually go through with it. According to Mashable, a psychologist by the name of Dr. Yvonne Thomas explained, “”You can be so preoccupied with your digital devices that it’s all too easy to inadvertently sacrifice time, relationships, sleep, focus, productivity and balance in your life. Many people are not even aware of the toll their extensive usage of digital devices costs them until they have suffered a loss or upset because of this.”
Detox Your Face
If you’re not feeling so well on New Year’s Day, chances are that your skin isn’t doing any better, so go to Sephora and pick up Belif’s First Aid Anti-Hangover Soothing Mask. It calms stressed out and irritated skin with soothing herbs, as well as Chamomile and Xylitol to give your skin a healthy glow for 2016.
Belif First Aid Anti-Hangover Soothing Mask, $34 at sephora.com.
Catch Up on Your Sleep
Are you a little sleep deprived after partying all night on New Year’s Eve? Look for a spa treatment like the Deep Sleep at the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach. First, a spa therapist will scrub you down. Next, the spa therapist will encase you in the warm dry flotation spa bed, which will stimulate your circulatory system. Finally, you’ll get a Clarins massage. After this experience, you’ll forget about all the sleep you missed the night before.
Deep Sleep at the Carillon Hotel, $300. For more information, visit carillonhotel.com.
Go on a Detox Fit for a Foodie
Pick a copy of the book “Bon Appetit: The Food Lover’s Cleanse: 140 Delicious, Nourishing Recipes That Will Tempt You Back Into Healthful Eating,” and discover just satisfying and tasty eating healthy can be when you try delicious dishes that are filled with nutrients that are good for you.
“Bon Appetit: The Food Lover’s Cleanse: 140 Delicious, Nourishing Recipes That Will Tempt You Back Into Healthful Eating,” $21.53 at barnesandnoble.com.
Take a Break From Drinking
A lot of people use the excess of December as an excuse to live January without going out to the bar. Try it. We bet your head will be clear, and you’ll have a lot more energy.