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Our Sleep-in Set to Help You Recover on the 22nd June

On the 21st June COVID-19 restrictions will be completely lifted, and many adults in the UK will be taking advantage of their newfound freedom.

12th March, 2021
by Carl Walsh

The 21st of June will see pubs and bars full once again, and with the excitement of lockdown finally ending, there is every chance some people will suffer from sore heads the next day. So, we have put together the ultimate sleep-in set to make your sleep a comfortable one and to help ease the sleep deprivation symptoms you might feel on the 22nd of June.

The sleep-in set includes the Custom Hotel Dacron Comforel Duvet, the Custom Hotel Dacron Comforel Pillows, a water bottle, coffee cup, mask, and bag.

The hotel Dacron duvet and pillows include hypoallergenic properties that are great for those who suffer from allergies.

Why will this sleep-in set help your recovery?

Often people think a mattress is the one thing you need to take into consideration when trying to make your bed set-up as comfortable as possible. However, an often overlooked but important aspect of comfortable sleep is bedding.

Not everyone can sleep well with the same duvet, and it is important to consider the tog count of your duvet. If you’re a warm sleeper, you will likely sleep better with a lower tog count, and if you’re cold sleeper you will sleep better with a higher tog count.

This product bundle will allow you to choose the tog count best suited to you, so when you wake up in the morning with a hangover, your body will be at the temperature you are most comfortable with, which will help ease some symptoms.

If you have sleep deprivation the day after drinking alcohol you may experience hot flashes. So, if this is a symptom you know you suffer with when hungover it might be a good idea to prepare for this and buy a lower tog duvet. We suggest a tog count of 2.5 to 4.5 for those of you who suffer from hot flashes, but for those who experience the chills whilst recovering, we suggest a tog count of 6 to 10.5.

Symptoms of sleep deprivation after a night-out

A hangover is a collection of physical and mental symptoms that occur after a night out drinking, and they can make the day after your drinking session a very unpleasant one. The severity of your symptoms will depend on many factors, including how much alcohol you consumed the night before, and the type of alcohol you consumed. However, some common symptoms of hangovers include:

  • Fatigue and muscle weakness
  • Headaches
  • Vomiting, nausea and stomach pain
  • Sensitivity to light, sound, and smell
  • Decreased attention and concentration
  • Anxiety and irritability
  • Hot flashes, sweating and chills
  • Increase pulse and blood pressure

Treatment that will aid your recovery:

  • Recovery the morning after a night out involves rehydrating your body to help you deal with painful symptoms, and the best time to rehydrate with a bottle of water Is just before going to sleep after the night out.
  • If you are prone to bad headaches and achy muscle from dancing all night, certain pain killers such as paracetamol taken at the recommended amount will help ease the pain.
  • Since hangovers are associated with dehydration, eating fruits like watermelon could help you hydrate quicker, whilst providing L-citrulline, which is a nutrient that helps increase your blood flow.
  • Crackers are good snack to have on your bedside table the morning after your night out. Crackers contain fast-acting carbs that can increase your blood sugar during a hangover, which is something that is lowered from a result of a night out drinking.

Fact or Fiction: Recovery Edition

Abbas Kanani, a pharmacist at Chemist Click, has given insight based on the questions and conversation had with patients in the past in the form of fact or fiction:

Fact: A large carbohydrate and oily meal can help

Drinking on an empty stomach is not the best idea as alcohol is able to diffuse through the walls of the stomach at a quicker rate. A meal rich in carbohydrates and fats can help to slow the absorption of alcohol into your system, so it doesn’t hit you as hard in the morning.

Fiction: Drinking more alcohol the morning after the night before helps

The severity of your hangover is attributed to the amount of alcohol consumed in the space of time it was consumed in. The hangover effects will kick in when the amount of alcohol in your blood has returned to 0 and are as a result of the dehydrating effects of the alcohol causing headaches, thirst and a groggy effect. Alcohol also irritates the stomach lining and can cause stomach aches, nausea and vomiting. Therefore, by logic, drinking more is definitely not a good idea.

Fact: Coconut water helps

Whilst most people will reach for a sports drink, coconut water is actually more beneficial. It contains five electrolytes present in blood, whereas most sports drinks only contain around two. Coconut water contains more potassium than a banana, natural sugars, and sodium in a healthy ratio, which can help you to feel better.

Fiction: Exercise helps

Your body needs to recover and “sweating it out” puts an added strain on your body. Whilst exercising, you lose water and energy, which can leave you feeling horrible once the endorphins have worn off. Rest, eat well and drink plenty of water.

 Fact: A good breakfast helps

Try to incorporate healthy foods such as eggs, oats, and fruits. Eggs contain amino acids to help boost liver function and contain a host of nutrients to help replenish your body. Research suggests that eggs also contain cysteine, an amino acid that helps combat the effects of a hangover by counteracting the poisonous effects of acetaldehyde. Oats contain nutrients such as Vitamin B, Magnesium, Calcium, and Iron as well as helping to neutralise body acids. They also provide a slow release of energy to help get you through the day. Fruits contain all sorts of vitamins, nutrients and are a source of energy.

Be prepared for your recovery

The main takeaway from this small guide to recovering after a night-out is to be prepared. With our new sleep-in set, and crackers by your side, you should be prepared to take on the morning-after with ease.

When to seek help for hangovers

Hangovers after a night out drinking alcohol usually go away on their own, and they should not be a cause for concern. However, speak to your doctor if you are concerned that frequent, heavy drinking may lead to serious alcohol withdrawal, or if hangovers are regularly affecting your quality of life.

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