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10 Ultimate Hangover Hacks: How to Feel Better After a Night Out

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Sometimes, we have unavoidable drinking occasions or drinks to celebrate something pleasant. While moderate drinking can be a source of vitality in life, unwanted drinking sessions can sometimes lead to a hangover the next day. When a hangover hits, we often feel drained, have headaches, and sometimes even vomit. Is there a way to sober up quickly after drinking? Moreover, is there a way to feel less hungover? Let’s find out.

Drinking Warm Honey Water

Dissolving a spoonful of honey in warm water and drinking it is beneficial. When symptoms like vomiting and dizziness occur due to low blood sugar, replenishing sugar through honey can alleviate these symptoms. Additionally, drinking mashed tomatoes can help to sober up quickly. This is because they are rich in various vitamins and minerals, which help relieve fatigue and activate metabolism.

Taking a Shower with Warm Water

A shower with moderately warm water can help if you want to sober up quickly. A warm shower can promote blood circulation, enhance alcohol detoxification abilities, and help you sober up quickly. However, avoid hot showers immediately after drinking, as it can put a strain on the heart and be dangerous.

Get Plenty of Sleep

Getting enough sleep after drinking can help relieve hangovers and fatigue. Many people tend to sleep all day after drinking, which surprisingly can help with a hangover. So, when planning a drinking session, ensure you have enough time to rest the next day.

Taking Supplements That Help Relieve Hangovers

It’s no exaggeration to say that the condition of the liver, which breaks down alcohol, determines whether you’ll have a hangover. Therefore, it’s good to take supplements that improve liver function, such as Korean red ginseng, in advance. The ingredient UDCA, found in well-known liver disease treatments, helps the liver detoxify by expelling toxins and waste and has excellent antioxidant effects.

Have Breakfast the Next Day

Drinking on an empty stomach or consuming a lot of carbohydrate-rich snacks can lead to alcohol-induced hypoglycemia the next day, worsening hangovers. So it’s best to choose fruits and proteins as snacks when drinking and always have breakfast the next day.

Is the Hair of the Dog Effective?

Some people drink more alcohol the next day to alleviate hangovers, a practice known as the hair of the dog. Alcohol dehydrogenase reacts faster with ethanol, metabolizes it first, and expels methanol, which causes hangovers through urine or breath. While this may help to some extent, continuous drinking is harmful to the body.

Boost Alcohol Breakdown with Vitamins

Vitamin C can enhance the liver’s capability to metabolize alcohol. Therefore, consuming fruit juices rich in vitamins B and C can assist in detoxifying alcohol. While liquid beverages are absorbed well, eating foods like tangerines or oranges can also be effective in aiding this process.

Supplying a Large Amount of Electrolytes

Avoid drinking cold water or coffee to sober up after drinking. Drinking brothy soup, fruit juice, or sports electrolyte drinks that contain many electrolyte components can help. The degree of hangover is determined by the amount of alcohol absorbed in the body, and how quickly you can sober up from alcohol depends on how much electrolytes you replenish. Beverages containing caffeine, such as coffee, have a temporary mood-lifting effect, but they do not reduce the effects of alcohol.

Water Over Beverages

The best way to relieve a hangover is to hydrate. Alcohol causes dehydration, which can worsen a hangover. Drinks like honey water, citron tea, and pear juice are good for replenishing fluids and helping break down alcohol. Drinking more water than alcohol during a drinking session to maintain hydration is also effective.

High-Protein Snacks for Hangovers

If you choose to drink, consuming high-protein snacks can help mitigate hangovers. Snacks like beef and pork are rich in amino acids and vitamin B, which aid in processing by-products. However, spicy and salty meats can irritate the stomach and be counterproductive, so moderation is key. Cheese and eggs, also high in protein, can benefit hangovers. Proteins break down into amino acids, which accelerate metabolism and help repair body functions affected by a hangover.

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