How to Detox for the New Year

When the ball drops and the clock strikes midnight, people all over the world see the New Year as a time to make some changes in their lives. A big resolution people usually make is to live healthier and improve their overall well-being. If you want to kickstart that goal, detox for the New Year and start off on the right foot.

Hydrate Better

Your body literally needs water to live, so if you’ve been skimping on your eight glasses a day, now’s the time to change that. If you simply have trouble remembering to drink water, there are plenty of mobile apps that send you a little reminder to take a sip every so often throughout the day.

Skip the Booze

We know New Year’s is a time for celebration, but swap the champagne for cider. Alcohol dehydrates you, puts a strain on your organs, and just makes you feel sluggish and icky. Lay off the cocktails for a while so you head into the New Year feeling refreshed.

Say No to Fast Food

After a long day at work, it may seem tempting to just stop over at a local fast food joint for dinner, but that “food” is filled with so many gross and bad ingredients. Forget fast food, and just make yourself a healthier dinner at home instead.

Improve Your Skin Care

Since New Year’s happens to take place when the weather outside is painfully cold, your skin is likely starting off the year dry, rough, and cracked. Invest in some good-quality moisturizers and skin care products, and get rid of the hard water in your home — it only dries your skin out more.

At Aquarius Water Conditioning, we can perform a free water analysis and install a water softening system best suited for your home’s needs. For the best water in Minnesota and Wisconsin, give us a call at 888-741-9025.

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