how to get over a hangover tips and remedies

Emergency Hangover Tips to Get Rid of It Really Fast

A hangover can be disastrous and for many is the worst feeling ever. It is a cluster of irksome symptoms that occur after drinking alcohol. As per a rule of thumb, the more you drink, the more you are prone to have a hangover, but there is no scientifically proven method to tell you how much quantity of alcohol is fine to evade a hangover.

You can try these hangover home remedies to get rid of it really fast.

Hangover home remedies quick tips:

Water is life:

Almost 71 percent of the Earth is engrossed with water; similarly, the human body is 60 percent water by human weight. The water is essential to the human body it is the best detoxifying agent and food for the immune system. When a person drinks an ample amount of water it catalyzes the function of cells, which enhances the performance of the body. Besides, water hydrates the body, thus preventing dehydration, which would hinder nausea and palpitation. Water can dropout all the contents of alcohol in the body which ignites hangover through excretory system and urination.

Other drinks:

Only water is not enough, your body needs other drinks as well. Owing to dehydration and diuretic nature of alcohol a body loses a plethora of electrolytes. According to Medline plus,  Electrolytes are minerals in your body that have an electric charge. They are in your blood, urine, tissues, and other body fluids. Electrolytes are important because they help: Balance the amount of water in your body, balance your body’s acid/base (pH) level; move nutrients into your cells; move wastes out of your cells. Make sure that your nerves, muscles, the heart, and the brain work the way they should. The best way to get electrolytes is by drinking sports drinks, a mixture of lemon, salt, and sugar; coconut water or a sachet of Oral Rehydration Salts (ORS).

Grease up your intestines:

Studies suggest that before drinking alcohol or going to a party where drinking is assured, one must lubricate one’s intestine. The point is that when intestines are greased they will prevent alcohol to absorb rapidly; thus, limiting the chances of a severe hangover. You can use a spoon of olive oil or peanut butter before going to a party. Moreover, you can take pizzaz and foods, such as cheese and dark chocolates to lubricate your intestines. You can also take a soluble fiber supplement this would diminish the hardness of the after effects of liquor.

Sugar and fructose:

It has been reported, taking sugar or fructose with alcohol greatly reduces the risks of a hangover. Make sure you take sugar related stuff with the drink and not before it, as sugar digests quickly. While drinking, make cocktails with orange juice, cranberry juice or any other kind of fructose. Besides, you can take natural sweets and other fructose products in order to hamper a hangover.

Ginger is the blessing:

The amazing benefits of ginger are hidden from none. According to research, taking ginger before drinking or after in the morning can wipe out the risk of a hangover. The properties of ginger are replete with anti-gastritis, anti-nausea, and anti-vomiting. Ginger soothes the stomach and strengthens the immune system; hence, bettering health after drinking alcohol. Ginger is abundant with magnesium, zinc, and chromium which spurs circulation and decreasing the inflammation of vessels and stomach.

6 Foods to ward off a hangover:

Banana is rich in potassium and it unblocks the production of hormones which is blocked by alcohol. Watermelon is rich in L-citrulline_ an amino acid that aggrandizes the blood circulation it hydrates the body and relaxes the muscles. Avocado has the properties to hamper nausea and vomiting. eat them night after drinking. Blueberries help in fighting the inflation caused by liquor in your body. Asparagus replete with the enzymes that fight liver diseases and lessen the effects of alcohols on the body. Green Tea is engrossed with the compounds that decrease the levels of alcohol in the body, and it is one of the best detoxifying drink.

Drink after a drink:

It seems absurd but it is one of the best ways to tackle the hangover. If you have drunk last night, the other morning drink a small peg, it would drastically wipe out the hangover.  Research suggests, a hangover can be curbed by this way because of the body adepts again to the same formation of the last night and gradually gets normal.

Drinking alcohol has become the norm in today’s world. People consume more alcohol than juices. Check out the top 10 countries with the highest alcohol addiction.

Symptoms of Hangover

The symptoms develop after a significant amount of alcohol decreases in your blood or alcohol components are at a complete end. Most of the time symptoms transpire in the morning after you wake up; the intensity of the symptoms depends upon how much alcohol you drank last night.

The common symptoms are:

  1. Inadequate sleep
  2. Severe headaches
  3. Nausea and disturbed stomach
  4. Tiredness and fatigue
  5. Mood swings
  6. Anxiety and depression
  7. Sensitivity to sound and light
  8. Muscle cramps and aches
  9. Trembling
  10. Palpitation

Causes

  1. Alcohol expands your blood vessels; as a result, it causes headaches
  2. Although liquor helps in sleeping, yet it hinders deep sleep. This may cause disturb moods and tiredness.
  3. It increases stomach acid (hydrochloric acid) which leads to irritation of stomach; hence causing nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain
  4. Alcohol prevents responses from immune and neuro system, making you develop less concentration, decreased appetite and mental inability to perform certain tasks.
  5. Fatigue, drowsiness, and weakness are caused because alcohol triggers your blood sugar. It immensely drops the level of blood sugar in the body
  6. Liquor cause dehydration which leads to nausea due to its diuretic form.
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Chad Stevenson

Chad Stevenson is an entrepreneur, husband and a father of three beautiful daughters. Time to time, Chad takes on digital platforms to write about his feelings and thoughts towards everything he loves and is surrounded by in life. Chad, currently living in Orlando, Florida, loves outdoor activities with his family and has almost made 7 trips to Disney in the past 10 months.

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