THURSDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) -- If you tend to overindulge
in food and drink while watching the Super Bowl, there are some
simple things you can do to ease the ill effects you may feel the
next day, says an expert.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Cynthia Yoshida offers the following
Stay hydrated by alternating every alcoholic beverage with a
non-alcoholic drink. Caffeine-free, non-carbonated drinks, such as
water, can help lessen the effects of a hangover.
Avoid overeating, but if you can't resist the buffet and find
yourself constipated the next morning, there are a number of gentle
over-the-counter products that can take care of that problem.
Whether your team wins or loses, it may be difficult to get up
the next morning. But being active after a late night of eating and
drinking will help boost your metabolism and make you feel better.
A brisk walk in the morning may be just what the doctor
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