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The Wages of Partying

by: Woman Today
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There are usually one too many of these eat-drink-and-be merry binges when special occasions come around, but it is well known that gorging on rich but low-nutrition food, indulging in alcohol, and staying up late can take a toll on one's well-being and lead to health problems. Here are some tips to keep partygoers safe from the hazards of overindulgence.

  • Eat before going out so you won't get as drunk and keep you from eating 12 mini-burgers or a lot of fried finger food wonders. Make a point of eating something healthy to give yourself a head start. You're going to a party so be prudent before you lose control and regret it.

  • Dont stay near the bar or buffet table. Avoid getting yourself in a situation where you're mindlessly eating or drinking. If you're that bored, go hang out with someone you enjoy talking to or simply leave because what's the point of staying?

  • Drink water after each alcoholic drink. You will get less tipsy, and since you're staying hydrated, you will avoid the headache hangover in the morning.

  • Dance, dance, dance. Even if you dont love dancing, go get your groove on. Dancing keeps you away from the food, and it's hard to drink when you're busting a move. Plus, you can blow off some steam and burn some calories. The dancer who has the most fun - not who looks the best - wins!

  • Dont stay too late. Nothing good happens that late. Get in, have some fun and know when it's time to go home. You're not likely to miss anything.
Drink a glass of water before going to bed. Even though you've been drinking water all night, make sure you get some before you hit the sack. A little extra help always helps.

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September 20, 2017

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