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From ginger tea to coconut water: Here are five items to cleanse your system

Updated on: 05 January,2023 06:26 PM IST  |  New Delhi

If your parties during the holiday season still haven't ended, then keep this list of food items handy to keep yourself hydrated and energised at all times

From ginger tea to coconut water: Here are five items to cleanse your system

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As we bid goodbye to 2022 last weekend, every one of us are ready to take on the new year with all the opportunities that come by our way. However, the parties may still be on and may be a problem especially if you have to go to work the next day. 

Fun and frolic at parties are unmissable during this time of year, and so are the accompanying fatigue and haziness. Once all the lights go out and the music stops, our body requires a quintessential detox session to lighten up and zone back to a healthier state. Fret not.

Here are 5 items you can consume to cleanse your system after an intense night out: 

If you've been drinking while partying, you're bound to get dehydrated at some point. Water comes to the rescue here. It will also assist in the digestion of all the junk food consumed there.

Probiotic drink
Probiotic drinks help in the elimination of toxic elements from the body and relieve it from hangovers, bloating and digestion-based problems.

Coconut water
While normal water helps with rehydration and digestion, coconut water also helps lock in the body's water levels and relax the body due to the presence of electrolytes in it.

While eating may not be something you'd want to do right after a party, having some eggs after taking enough rest and letting the body generate some appetite would be really beneficial for your body, as they help in maintaining blood sugar levels.

Ginger tea
Mixed with honey, or even without it, Ginger tea is an instant reliever from bloating and heaviness resulting from an intense night out. Ginger also helps reduce headaches or inflammation in the gut resulting from drinks or fast food. 

Also Read: Mixologists share hangover cures for the holiday season

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