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Celebrate Responsibly: Tips for Drinking on New Year's Eve without the Morning After Regret

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Nobody wants to kick off the New Year with a nasty hangover, right? There's nothing worse than waking up to headaches, nausea, and the whole shebang after ringing in the New Year with a drink or two (or maybe more). Trying to embrace the "new year, new me" vibe becomes a bit tricky when you're stuck in bed feeling less than stellar for most of the day.

Let's face it, telling yourself to skip the celebratory cocktails on New Year's Eve is easier said than done. So, we get it. But here's the scoop: While steering clear of a hangover altogether means saying no to alcohol, we've got some tips to help you have a blast without the nasty aftermath. Check out our tips and tricks to avoid a hangover this New Year, and take this as a friendly nudge to party responsibly and keep an eye out for your friends and family too! Cheers to a hangover-free New Year!

Before The Festivities: 

Just like you would get up and ready before whatever New Year’s activity you are attending, you should also make it a priority to prepare your body for the party. 

Get Enough Sleep

Indulging in a few drinks might seem like a relaxing way to unwind, but it can significantly disrupt your sleep quality. While alcohol initially acts as a sedative, promoting feelings of drowsiness, its impact on the sleep cycle becomes apparent as the night progresses.

Alcohol interferes with the natural rhythm of REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, the stage crucial for deep rest and vivid dreaming. Consequently, individuals who consume alcohol before bedtime often experience fragmented and less restorative sleep. The sedative effect wears off as the night goes on, leading to frequent awakenings, increased chances of snoring, and a higher likelihood of sleep disturbances. Even moderate alcohol intake can contribute to sleep disorders, leaving you feeling fatigued and less rejuvenated upon waking. So make sure that you get a good night's rest the night before your festivities, or take a power nap before you go out. Read our blog to learn tips and tricks for how to sleep better and sleep longer!


Drinking on an empty stomach can make you feel much worse. Make sure that you are eating a healthy breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a good mix of lean proteins, carbohydrates, and liver-supportive foods such as avocados, bananas, and berries. This helps with the absorption of alcohol in your system. Never party up on an empty stomach!


Start your day by staying well-hydrated. Water is your best friend! Aim for at least eight glasses throughout the day to keep your body hydrated before the festivities begin.

During The Celebration: 

Dressed in your festive attire, prepared to welcome the New Year alongside your loved ones, it's simple to get caught up in the atmosphere. However, while enjoying the festivities, there are several measures you can take to guarantee that you wake up the next morning feeling great and ready for the day ahead.

Hydrate, Again

Hydrating before you party is just as important as hydrating while you party. Research suggests that drinking a glass of water in between alcoholic beverages may help with preventing dehydration. The diuretic effect of alcohol can lead to dehydration, making your hangovers 10 times worse in the morning. Alternating between alcoholic beverages and water can keep you hydrated and slow down alcohol absorption. 

Choose Wisely 

Opt for lighter-colored drinks and avoid sugary mixers. Darker alcohols contain more congeners, which can contribute to a worse hangover. We recommend drinking tequila or vodka with soda water and lime since they are the easiest for your liver to metabolize and are lower in sugar. 

Snack Attack 

Grab some snacks throughout the night to keep your blood sugar levels stable. It helps regulate alcohol absorption. 

After Party Care:

What you do before you go to bed and when you wake up can make a huge difference in the way that you feel in the morning. 

Water, Water, Water

Have we mentioned how important it is to drink water? Before you hit the hay, drink a big glass of water with no ice. Staying hydrated even after the party can help lessen the severity of a hangover.

Midnight Munchies

Have a light snack before bed, preferably something with healthy fats and proteins. It can stabilize your blood sugar levels while you sleep.

Give Your Liver Some Love

Taking supplements at night can be a strategic move to support your liver in detoxifying after indulging in holiday drinks. The nighttime hours offer a prime opportunity for your body to focus on essential repair and regeneration processes, including liver detoxification. By incorporating supplements specifically designed to aid the liver, you can optimize this natural cleansing phase. Healthy Liver at Sol Nutrition is a perfect option for your post-festivities. The healthy herbs in this supplement improve the production of liver enzymes which help detoxify your liver. We recommend taking 3 capsules of this supplement before you go to bed. The ingredients in this formula will help metabolize the alcohol so that you can wake up hungover-free! 

The Morning-After Ritual:

Wake up to a refreshing glass of water and a nourishing breakfast. Eggs, toast, and bananas are your go-to foods, offering essential nutrients to kickstart your recovery.

Incorporating Herbal Supplements Into Your Routine 

Taking two capsules of Healthy Liver 30 minutes before or after breakfast, followed by a repeat at lunch and dinner, provides a well-timed boost to support your liver throughout the day. By incorporating Healthy Liver into your post-celebration routine, you're not just replenishing essential nutrients but also actively promoting the health and resilience of your liver. 

When the morning after a night of celebration calls for a much-needed energy boost, Sol Nutrition's GoGo Energy supplement is your caffeine-free ally. Formulated with natural ingredients like B vitamins, Ren Shen Root extract, and adaptogens, GoGo Energy is designed to provide sustained vitality without the jitters or crashes associated with caffeine consumption. Take a couple of capsules the day after drinking, and you'll find yourself feeling revitalized and ready to tackle the day. This thoughtful blend not only helps combat fatigue but also supports mental clarity and focus. Whether you're facing a busy workday or just need that extra lift, GoGo Energy ensures a refreshing and natural energy surge, helping you reclaim your day after a night of drinking.

This thoughtful regimen ensures that your body gets the assistance it needs to bounce back, allowing you to face the day after those festive nights with renewed energy and well-being. 

The Lowdown on Your Liver:

Just because it's January 1 doesn't mean you have to go all out and conquer every resolution in one day. If last night wore you out, it's okay to give yourself a little extra time in bed if you need it. Take it easy!

Understanding Your Liver

Understand what alcohol does to your liver. When you drink, your liver prioritizes breaking down alcohol over other functions, leading to the build-up of toxic by-products.

Moderation Matters

The liver can process about one standard drink per hour. Consuming more than that overwhelms your liver, potentially leading to inflammation and long-term damage.

Recovery Remedies

Embrace liver-friendly habits like exercising regularly, maintaining a balanced diet, and limiting alcohol intake. Your liver will thank you in the long run!


As we bid farewell to the challenges of the past year, let's welcome the new one with open arms and a responsible party spirit! By following these friendly tips and tricks, you'll be on your way to a hangover-free New Year's celebration. So, here's to laughter, good company, and waking up on January 1st feeling fantastic! Cheers!

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