How to have a detoxed depuffed January
The month of January is all about making those resolutions that you try to stick to year in, year out. However, this year Tesco Mobile, along with frockadvisor, want to help you avoid all those bad recommendations, and make the best of 2016!The season to be jolly is well and truly over which means food and booze were excessively consumed (guilty!). These are definitely a catalyst to feeling bloated and making you feel in need of some sort of a detox for the New Year! To prevent feelings of bloat, puffiness, and just overall grogginess, there are a number of things you can do that help to get you back to normal. Scroll down for simple tips that actually work. Warm Lemon Water Hydration is key after a heavy weekend. Not only does warm lemon water provide this, but it also helps to increase bowel movement, keeping you regular. Adding slices of lemon to warm water also helps to tackles water retention, which is the main culprit of bloat. It’s recommended that you should drink warm lemon water very morning. Peppermint Tea Herbal teas in general are great for reducing bloating and also help you to rehydrate naturally. Drinking peppermint tea in the evening before bed can help soothe these problems, making it easier to digest and fall asleep. Yoga Yoga is commonly known to help reduce stress and bloating. Watch this informative YouTube video which will outline the best poses to help you de-bloat and de-stress! Epsom Salt Bath Epsom salts are widely used by sports men and women as it’s high in magnesium, which is good for your muscles. However, these magic salts also reduce stomach bloat and water retention, and are championed by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham. Two mugs of epsom salts per one bath will help flush out toxins and ease muscle pain. Trust me, it really works! Cucumber Slices Chilled sliced cucumbers placed over your eyes will help to reduce puffiness. They release an antioxidant which helps to reduce irritation while the coolness of the cucumber helps to reduce swelling.