7 Hangover Cures That Actually Work


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If you partake in consuming the occasional alcoholic beverage, chances are you’ve experienced at least one hellacious hangover in your lifetime. Check out these tips and tricks to get you feeling like yourself again after a night out.

1. H20 H20 H20
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Hydrate! Water is your best friend when consuming alcohol. To prevent a brutal hangover, supplement water in between your drinks to prevent dehydration. If you forget the water rule, drink up the next day to combat your hangover symptoms. Avoid sugary drinks and sodas and stick with H20.

2. Avoid Coffee
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Avoid the cup-of-joe in the morning. Some believe drinking coffee will alleviate some of their symptoms due to the caffeine, but in reality it will leave you feeling worse. Studies show caffeine can dehydrate you and even lead to headaches and migraines.

3. Load Up on Carbs
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Stick with foods rich in carbohydrates the morning after to help raise your blood sugar levels and ease stomach discomfort. After consuming alcohol, your blood sugar levels can dip and stay down after a night of drinking which can leave you feeling less than par.

4. Exercise
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It may seem difficult to imagine taking a jog after consuming a few too many adult beverages, but exercising increases endorphin levels and can do wonders for your hangover.

5. Eat Before You Drink
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Do your body a favor and eat a hearty meal prior to a night on the town. By grubbing out before drinking, it will help slow the absorption of alcohol entering your blood stream.

6. Aspirin
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Keep a bottle of aspirin close by. By popping a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as an aspirin or ibuprofen the next day, it can put an end to the pounding in your head.

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If all else fails, go back to bed. If possible, let your body rest and recover after a night of drinking and catch up on some zzz’s.


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