3. Get Some Sleep
This may seem like an obvious and simple solution, but it’s one that not everyone does. As adults, it’s recommended that we get between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each night for maximum health and cognitive functions. With the holidays that just passed, and the ones soon approaching, it seems nearly impossible to log those hours each night. The Mayo Clinic gives us some great tips on how to make sure that we get the proper amount of sleep each night. To maintain a healthy lifestyle, we need to make sure that our bodies get the rest that they need!
Do you have any tips and tricks for getting over the Thanksgiving and holiday hangover? Do you have that feeling after an extended holiday full of good food? I would love to hear what some of your solutions are for combating the sluggish feeling from a long holiday. Feel free to leave any questions, comments, or links!
[Hangover sign image by sean94110 via Flickr Creative Commons, Yoga image by domestictimes via Flickr Creative Commons, Tea image by chadao via Flickr Creative Commons, Pillows image by Jonathan Zurick via Flickr Creative Commons]