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Yoga Hangover Cure

Yoga Hangover Cure - The holiday season is a time for friends and family, festive parties, big meals and for some, overindulgence. In this season of giving it is sometimes hard to resist giving yourself one extra helping of dessert or one more glass of "special" holiday eggnog. And when New Year's Eve rolls around, the temptation to overindulge may be too strong -- and so may be the refreshments.

But for those who overdo it, there is hope for relief.

In fact, Thursday is a day devoted to one of nature's "wonder drugs" that offers relief from a wide variety of ailments, including a hangover: It's Bicarbonate of Soda Day.

Yes, before New Year's Eve and the celebration of the end of one year and the promise of a new one, it is time to pay homage to that magical elixir that many have sitting idle in their kitchen cabinets.

Yoga Hangover Cure

While many use bicarbonate of soda -- or baking soda -- to create delicious baked goodies, that is only the tip of the iceberg.

According to the website, baking soda is rightly celebrated for its use in removing odors, as a cleaning agent, a meat tenderizer, as a polish for silver and in fire extinguishers to name but a few. And, of course, baking soda has been a time-tested cure to relieve stomach indigestion, heartburn and even flatulance.

However, it is not the only "cure" available for those who might find themselves waking up on New Year's Day feeling like a conga line of New Year's revelers are stomping through their heads while Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians are playing "Auld Lang Syne."


Yoga Hangover Cure


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