In the coming season of celebrations and holiday, we are sure to witness some fun and boozing around us. This magical time of year when you attend party after party, it is normal to get hangover and headaches. You have a headache, you have a stomachache, and your get-up-and-go is gone.
A hangover is caused by a combination of the toxic by-product of alcohol metabolism (acetaldehyde), dehydration, and Vitamin A, B (particularly B6) and C depletion caused by the chemical action of alcohol on your system.
Well, to avoid hangovers we have some hangover cures below that will come to your rescue this holiday season.
>Consume sugar while you’re drinking: Studies demonstrate that fructose may speed alcohol metabolism, thus plummeting the risk of a hangover. It’s vital to eat sugar while you’re drinking, not before, since fructose metabolizes quickly.
>Eat ginger: For ages, people have taken ginger to lessen nausea and sickness. Try pecking glazed ginger in the upshot of a night of drinking. Numerous investigations has revealed that consuming a combination of ginger, tangerine pith, and brown sugar before drinking cuts nausea and vomiting.
>Drink other fluids, too: Water isn’t enough. You need to drink electrolyte-rich fluids, too — like sports drinks, coconut water, or bouillon soup — that can reestablish the salt and potassium you’ve lost.
>Sip on bouillon: That chicken soup your mom told you to eat when you were under the weather will also come in handy when you’re harboring a hangover. The potage will help you refill salt and potassium. Also masticate on weak foods like crackers to go with your soup and to calm your stomach.
So, in this holiday season do not forget to have fun.