How to Alcohol Detox After Binge Drinking

When talking about binge drinking, I’m not talking about drinking four or five beers over an evening, which would typically put the average man over the safe level of alcohol consumption for one sitting.

The type of binge drinker I am talking about is the person who will either go out and drink every night for a few nights, or go out and drink as much alcohol as they can possibly consume in one sitting.

We all know it’s dangerous, and most of us have done it at one time or another. Unfortunately, we are all raised with drinking as an acceptable form of behavior in our society.

End of the lecture. You’ve done the drinking, and now you suffering the consequences. What do you do?

This is where Alcohol Detox for binge drinking will help you.

The first thing to do is get as much water into your body as possible. Alcohol is a diuretic, it makes you want to urinate, it inhibits the production of the ante diuretic hormone. Your body becomes less capable of absorbing water. The fluids are passed straight to your kidneys and flushed out of your body.

Another thing is to keep away from animal fats. It used to be the done thing, when you are suffering from a hangover eat a big fried meal, plenty of fat. Don’t do it! Fruit and vegetables are going to be your saviors, and low-fat poultry and fish. Wholemeal cereals, and plenty of water, water, and more water.

And the obvious advice is not to drink, or take any other stimulants, including caffeine.

The whole point of Alcohol Detox after binge drinking is to try and take all the crap out of your body that you have put into it by binge drinking. When you are drunk you will all sorts of ludicrous, nasty food down your throat, junk that you would never even look at if you were sober. So you have to detox from that crap as well.

 

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