How to Cure a Hangover Naturally and Fast!

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If you regularly consume large quantities of alcoholic beverages, you probably know how it feels to wake up like a wreck in the morning. Just as well, you develop that urgent desire to cure the hangover that comes with overdrinking!

You will experience some, or all of the following symptoms:

  • headache
  • nausea
  • fatigue
  • impaired vision
  • irrational judgment
  • weakened muscles
  • diarrhea
  • vomiting

In order to wake up feeling better and cure the hangover fast, you will need to evaluate what you ingest and do the morning after in order to re-hydrate your body.

The foods you take should include plenty of water, and a diet rich in glucose, calcium, vitamins, and other relevant minerals. They are meant to purify the affected body organs and get your system up and running again.

1. Hot water is a first if you are to cure a hangover

drink plenty of water to fight a hangover
Drink plenty of hot and other waters

Water is a miracle drink when it comes to curing a hangover.

Excess consumption of alcoholic beverages causes the body to release water at a faster rate than usual. This needs to be replaced the moment you wake up.

You can tell your body lacks enough water by the color of urine the morning after. Dark yellow urine is a sign your body is drying up. Normal urine should be light yellow in color. Beware though not to abuse water by over drinking it. You can spice the water with lemon.

Start by drinking plenty of warm-hot water very early in the morning to rehydrate whatever you lost the previous evening.

Secondly, hot water is a sure way to detoxify the affected body organs, like the brain, the digestive system, and blood vessels. The earlier you facilitate the elimination of alcohol and other toxins, the faster you will cure a hangover.

Also true warm to hot water help improve blood circulation. Being a vasodilator, hot water expands blood vessels to enable better flow of the blood.

2. Fruits, juices and

Water aside, take lots of juices. These could be a mixture of lemon, mangoes, apple, passion, watermelon, orange, etc, to help boost vitamin levels and help re-hydrate the body.

Fruits contain natural sugars which facilitate faster removal of alcohol from the body. Other fruits such as watermelon are also helpful in rehydrating the body since they contain large amounts of water.

Those with stomach ulcers need to make sure the drinks are not acidic. This may complicate the situation further.

3. Bananas

bananas give you potassium and magnesium
Bananas will provide the much-needed potassium and magnesium to help cure a hangover

Take a few fingers of bananas. These can help provide much-needed potassium and magnesium. They are anti-acids and will help reduce the acids in the stomach linings.

Just like why monkeys love bananas, these yellow fruits will help boost your energy because they contain glucose and are true superfoods.

4. Eggs

An egg or two eaten fried or boiled, contains cysteine which is important in fighting symptoms of a hangover. Eggs also supplement protein to your body, and will also help relieve nausea.

5. Chicken soup

chiken soup boosts sodium levels in the body
Chicken soup will boost sodium levels in your body

Take soups, especially chicken soup for increased sodium levels, This soup, mixed with leafy greens and tomatoes for vitamins, will speed up recovery.

6. Ginger

Chew or drink ginger to relieve stomach irritation and nausea. Including ginger in your morning diet should therefore calm down the stomach and give a sense of peace.

Besides eating it fresh, you may also want to grate inside your favorite smoothie.

7. Honey & yogurt

Honey and yogurt will provide simple sugars to replenish lost energy. Honey is an excellent source of natural sugars, and God knows how much you need it.

8. Rest aids in curing a hangover

Finally, take a nap. The human body has a way of fixing itself when at peace. Rest allows the body parts including the tensed-up jaws to unwind.

Rest and sleep allow for uninterrupted healing and compounded with the healthy eating outlined above, you should be good to go in a matter of hours to cure the hangover.

Resting also gives you ample time to reflect on your disorderly drinking habits and learning not to do it again.

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