Banish the Hangover!
So, you’d just had a peg too much at the party last evening? And, the result of this indulgence doesn’t take too long to manifest itself on your life! A hangover is an unpleasant experience and occurs especially after you’ve consumed an excessive amount of alcohol.
Now, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist (or a medical practitioner) to tell you that you’re suffering from a hangover! The first signs of a hangover are usually fatigue and a predominant thirst. At times, you may end up with a headache or even experience nausea and vomiting. Stomach pain and muscle aches are also common while your sleep level is drastically reduced.
Blood shot eyes, a rapidity in the heart beat, a shaky feeling and your ability to concentrate would plummet downwards. You might even feel dizzy and your world would just start spinning before your eyes. Usually, hangovers would leave you depressed, irritated or anxious with frequent mood swings till the effect wears off!
SIMPLE YET POWERFUL!
If you are prone to hangovers, it is wise to be aware of how to deal with them. Fortunately, there are simple solutions designed to quell hangovers and they are derived from the ingredients in your kitchen shelf!
One way to reduce the effects of alcohol and to bring down a hangover is to consume as much water as you can. Alcohol dehydrates your body and causes an irritation in the stomach lining. You can continue to drink enough water to rejuvenate your body after the harmful effects of the alcohol.
Alcohol can lead to a fall in your blood sugar levels usually resulting in fatigue and weakness. So, ensure that you eat and refuel your body. Moreover, never ever drink on an empty stomach! A meal before your drink can be beneficial in keeping the hangover to a minimum.
Banana milkshake made with honey can be a great source of glucose to your body and would make you feel instantly better! Fresh orange juice, tomato juice or any other juice (but make sure its 100% fresh juice) can do the trick and cure your hangover.
Vitamin C tablets are invaluable to get rid of a hangover, thanks to their ability to break down the alcohol content in your body. Similarly, aspirins can also be used but refrain from Tylenol or Ibuprofen as they have undesirable consequences.
There are individuals who can guzzle alcohol like water and still not end up with a hangover. But, for the rest of the “sensitive” mortals, a hangover is usually the consequence. Knowing how much alcohol your body can take and sticking to your biological limit can help you go a long way in preventing hangovers.
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