You may have an office Christmas party planned for this month, or perhaps you’re planning a catch up over a few drinks with friends but if these occasions involve drinking lots of alcohol, then you may end up feeling a little hungover afterwards.  

Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a cure for a hangover (if there was, that investor would be a millionaire) there is a lot you can do to ease those temporary symptoms at the Spa.  

If for example your hangover comes with a headache, the peace and tranquillity of a spa can help you get away from the office or the noise of the family home for just long enough to recover from your night out.  

Having a swim in the pool can be a great way to begin to get rid of those toxins and don’t forget to drink plenty of water, which will help you to rehydrate. If you’re feeling brave, you could even give yourself an ice shower which many people say will work wonders.  

If you have a large budget and want to go to extremes, then you could use an intravenous drip to hydrate yourself faster than simply drinking lots of water. There are spas out there that offer this believe it or not.

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