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Giving the Gift of Detox This Holiday

Giving a detox as a gift to a friend, family member, or yourself may be one of the best gifts you can give. This gift promotes a healthier lifestyle and may help the receiver generally feel better. The best news is that, nowadays, it’s very simple to give this gift to others. 

The Simple Definition of a Detox

Detoxing means that you are clearing your body of contaminants that are potentially destructive. There are several types of cleanses easily accessible, and each one targets different chemicals or areas of the body. Some examples include :

  • A nicotine detox (to flush out nicotine). 
  • An alcohol or drug holiday detox to rid the body of those chemicals or substances.
  • A detox to clean the body of sugars or unhealthy fats. 
  • Cleanses targeted specifically to detox your colon, liver, or gut.

These cleanses are just a few of the many, and they are all beneficial to your health. Most importantly, they can all be done in conjunction with NicoClean Detox kits

Why Detox Is a Gift

Holiday detox drinks on a table

When thinking of a holiday present to give, a detox may not be your first thought. That doesn’t mean it wouldn’t be a wonderful gift, especially when cleansing from nicotine. According to the CDC, it is very beneficial for your body.

If nicotine is flushed from the system and the intake is stopped completely, it lowers the risks of other diseases and improves the health of the heart. Additional benefits of nicotine (and other) holiday detoxes include:

  • When there is no need to keep paying for nicotine products (or for other substances that are causing the reason to detox) it may relieve financial stress
  • Prevent possible future health risks
  • Increased natural detoxification and cleansing
  • Better circulation throughout the body
  • The possibility of lower inflammation 
  • Potential weight loss
  • Overall better health

Detoxing may seem difficult at first, because abstaining from something you love or a change in lifestyle habits is an adjustment; however, bettering oneself and learning discipline and self control may be very advantageous.

For these reasons paired with the benefits listed above, giving yourself or a loved one a holiday detox is one of the best presents you can give. 

How to Give a Detox Gift

By now, you may be wondering how exactly to give this type of gift. Along with NicoClean which provides Nicotine detoxification instructions, there are other ways to give this present. Here’s how you can do it:

  • Research how to do the simple types of detoxing and provide the financing for the necessary ingredients
  • Help lead, guide or educate the person you are giving this gift to
  • Help them stay motivated
  • Be there to help them if it becomes challenging
  • Help them through the changes

A holiday detox present may be more than the physical gift itself – it can also entail being supportive and knowledgeable.

If you want to give this detox gift to yourself, you can:

  • Find someone who knows how to detox who can guide you through the process
  • Teach yourself how to detox and invest in what you need
  • Keep track of your progress and see what changes are happening in your body

Navigating a Cleanse through the Holidays

If you are doing a detox during or even after the holidays, it may add some extra obstacles. Some of these added challenges of doing a holiday detox may be:

  • More stress. This could create an increased desire to ingest the toxins that are being cleansed. 
  • More opportunity to partake in what you are trying to cleanse from. For example, there’s more alcohol or sweets available.
  • Being busy. Building healthy habits are important, and it is often difficult to build routines during the holidays.
    Lemons and pine cones on table

Even with these added challenges, it is still possible to do a holiday detox. Here are some suggestions on how to detox around the holiday if you get a detox gift:

  • Set a reminder to take the necessary supplements or ingredients. 
  • Find someone to hold you accountable every day. 
  • If you are stressed and are craving what you are trying to avoid, find another way to alleviate the stress. 
  • Don’t put yourself in situations where you may be tempted to quit the detox, or counteract the detox by taking in the substance.
  • Tell close friends or family members what you are doing, so that they can support you during your detoxification process. 

If you are giving a holiday detox to others, here are some suggestions on navigating through difficulties:

  • Make sure that they want to detox and are committed to doing it. 
  • You can be the person that holds them accountable (if that is something they want or need).
  • Be encouraging, loving and helpful.
  • Help them alleviate stress or temptation in any way they ask for.
  • If they are having a hard time creating the habit, be patient and supportive anyways. 

Taking all of these simple steps will allow you to effectively give the gift of detox this holiday.

Giving the gift of detoxing is a unique, meaningful present. There are several components that make holiday detox a worthwhile gift, it can have a significant effect, even during the holidays. You can change your life or the life of a person you love by helping them detox.

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