how to ease a hangover

Those Margaritas may have tasted good, but they don’t seem such a good idea the morning after, do they? If you experience any nausea, have trouble getting up and your head spins like a roller coaster, it means you got yourself a good hangover. Here are some tips to ease the symptoms. But remember, prevention is always the best cure!

Take a painkiller like an aspirin or an ibuprofen. These pills have effects for about four hours, so you may have to take more than one.

Make sure to drink plenty of water the next morning. It will keep you hydrated and can help in the recovering process. On the other hand, try to avoid coffee in the morning.

Eat eggs. Eggs contain cysteine, an amino acid which helps counter the effects of acetaldehyde, responsible for the hangover.

Eat burnt toast. The burnt parts contain carbon, which helps filter impurities in the stomach.

Eat bouillon soup. When you drink a lot, your potassium level decreases, which will guide to slow nerve and muscle function. Bouillon soup, as well as avocados, bananas, orange juice or potato chips are rich in potassium.

Chew ginger. Chewing small pieces of ginger may help you ease the pain. You can also boil some fresh ginger root, add the juice from one orange, half lemon and half cup of honey. This combination will stabilize your blood glucose level.

Sleep. This is one of the best and simplest ways to ease a hangover. You need to rest as much as you can, so that your body and your brain can recover.

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