Hungover? Try a Simple Detox for the New Year

We bet most of you reading this article are hungover from a full night of New Year’s Eve (and New Year’s Day) action. Here are a few simple suggestions to help you detox and hit that refresh button in 2018.

Take a Break from the Digital World

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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 psychologist Dr. Yvonne Thomas, “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.” Even a brief digital detox — even just a week-long break from social media — can restore some of this imbalance.

Look in the Mirror

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If you’re not feeling so well, chances are that your skin isn’t doing any better. Why not try Belif’s First Aid Anti-Hangover Soothing Mask. It calms stressed out, irritated skin with soothing herbs. We also suggest adding some new steps to your daily grooming regime. A regular cleanser, moisturizer, or cream can do wonders for your skin in the new year.

Catch Up on Your Sleep


Are you a little sleep-deprived after partying all night? Your zzz’s are one of the most important factors to a refreshed version of you. New sheets or noise-canceling earbuds can help. You can also treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment.

Eat Healthy Like a Foodie

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Pick a copy of Bon Appetit: The Food Lover’s Cleanse and discover just satisfying and tasty eating healthy can be when you try delicious dishes that are filled with nutrients. It’s not all quinoa and bean sprouts — you’ll find some heart, meaty, and filling recipes in this book.

Give Up Drinking for a Month

A lot of people use the excess of December as an excuse to go through January without visiting a bar. Try it. We bet your head will be clear, and you’ll have a lot more energy. If that’s too much to ask, at least sip on these healthy cocktails.

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