To Drink, or Not to Drink, That is the Question
After a break up you may find yourself reaching for a libation. You may find yourself reaching for a couple. And you may even find yourself drinking a small pond’s worth. We understand if you have a few drinks after a bad break up but you have to be careful. Drowning your sorrows will only lead to more sorrows in the morning. After a night of heavy drinking, you can have headaches, feel bloated and sometimes you can be extremely sick. Add all of this to a broken heart and you have a recipe for disaster.
Alcohol is a depressant. After drinking, you may feel more upset than before you had a couple of drinks. Who wants to feel worse about their break up? The goal is to start feeling better-not worse. While alcohol seems like a good idea at first, just be careful not to overdo it and make sure it does not become your crutch.
One of the hot new trends is juicing. It may not sound as much fun as having a couple of drinks but your body will thank you for it. By drinking something good for you, you are letting your body know that this is a new healthy you. You are ready to get rid of all of the old garbage in your mind, body and space. You are going to put yourself first. Why not invite your friends over and have a juicing fest!
We are all for going out with your friends and having a good time. This is the time to get out of your house and to try to enjoy your new single life. That will probably include a drink or two, just do it responsibly. Remember not to over indulge and to always call a cab or have a designated driver if you are going to even have one drink.
- by Broken Heart Rehab
- posted at 8:03 am
- September 16, 2013