By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
November 23, 2017
- It’s extremely easy to overindulge in alcoholic beverages during the holidays
- Is there any such thing as “healthy” liquor?
- 3 tips to avoid getting drunk during winter festivities
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, it’s official. The holiday season is here.
Over the next five or six weeks, you’ll be invited to any number of gatherings. And chances are good that alcohol will be flowing pretty freely.
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Even if you don’t normally indulge, you’ll probably find yourself with a drink in your hand on more than one occasion. Champagne or egg nog anyone?
The fact is, more people overindulge in alcoholic beverages during the winter holidays than at any other time of the year. And it’s not hard to find yourself more than a little “tipsy” before you realize you’ve had one drink too many. Continue reading