Tips to Recover from a Big Night Out Drinking


Fun is many times associated with having a drink or two with our beloved ones; and sometimes, we drink a little too much. I do!  Don't you? ;)

How to recover from a big night out drinking? 

Find below my Rebound Tips:

  • Hydrate: I recommend you to drink two litres of water every day - more when you exercise or if you are under a lot of stress. When you’re hungover, rehydrating is essential. Start with a cup of warm lemon water to hydrate and take two Activated Charcoal tablets to cleanse out any of the residual toxins from the alcohol. I also suggest drinking an Electrolyte Mixture or Coconut Water to help you replenish your electrolytes throughout the day.

Remember: The Solution to Pollution is Dilution. 

  • Have loads of Greens: kale, broccoli, Spinach, lettuce, cucumber, celery, sprouts and sea vegetables - these green veggies will help to alkalise your blood, bringing your body back to balance. Have a green juice and a couple of hours after, have a green smoothie. You will be giving your body loads of vitamins & minerals as well as giving your digestive system a rest. Remember to prepare your juice and smoothie with plenty of vegetables and only add a tiny piece of fruit like pear, apple, grapes, etc to sweeten them. 

  • Get some fresh air: You might not feel like moving from your bed or sofa at all when you have a bad hangover. But going for a walk or jog in the park or forest will help oxygenate your lungs & blood and stimulate your lymphatic & circulatory systems, helping your body to eliminate all those toxins while helping you feel good. 

  • Take a Bath with Magnesium Salts: Magnesium will help relax your muscles and alkalise your body further as you will absorb some of it. 

  • Accept your hangover: Do your best and enjoy watching movies, listening to your favourite music, etc and/or simply, doing nothing - one of my favourite hobbies. I used to beat myself up so much in the past for having a hangover and that did not help me at all. I felt anxious and guilty. Feeling guilty does no good! 


Happy hangovering...


Love & Health, 

Carolyne Ji