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Natural Remedies For Hangovers

Natural Remedies For Hangovers

Natural Remedies For Hangovers

That one last drink may have seemed like a great idea last night, but now you have to face

the computer screen to search for home remedies for hangovers, you may be regretting it just

a little bit!

The good news is you do not have to look any further. We have all the information you need!

Stop Your Hangover In Its Tracks

The answer is to drink – but not alcohol! Alcoholic drinks actually use up your body’s water

stores, causing dehydration. This in turn causes some hangover symptoms, so drinking water

is a good start.

Be careful because it is possible to drink too much water too fast. Large quantities of

water can strip electrolytes from the body so it is better to try to replace these as well,

or keep to around a half liter of water per hour.

Sports drinks are one of the best ways to get you feeling human again. They will boost your

blood sugar, rehydrate you and provide the vital electrolytes (potassium, sodium etc) that

you will have lost through the kidneys while you were drinking and overnight.

If you prefer not to have the refined sugar and additives that are in sports drinks, have

plain water and eat bananas for potassium and fructose. Or make a banana smoothie by putting

a couple of bananas in the blender with a little water or milk.

If you do not have bananas and cannot face going to the store right now, use apples or other

sweet fruit (not citrus) or even plain honey dissolved in water. Honey contains electrolytes

too. The less refined your honey is, the better.

Feverfew is a well known herbal remedy for headaches and can be taken in place of aspirin or

other chemical painkillers. Raw persimmon and raw cabbage are also said to help with

headaches. Aspirin can damage the lining of the stomach so it is not the best solution for a

sensitive morning-after digestive system.

Exercise will help your circulatory system to detoxify. Take a brisk half hour walk as soon

as you are able.

Next Time Around

Here are a few things that you can do before you go drinking to prevent the same thing

happening next time around.

Drink water to prevent dehydration. The best rule is to have one glass of water between each

alcoholic drink, but failing that, drink a couple of large glasses of water before you go to

sleep.

Buy some Bifidus powder. This is friendly bacteria that detoxifies acetaldehyde, a byproduct

of alcohol that is a major cause of hangover symptoms. One teaspoon in a large glass of

water drunk before going to sleep should mean that you wake up hangover-free.

Foods high in unsaturated fats can reduce the effects of alcohol.

American Indian lore says that 6 raw almonds eaten before drinking will stop you getting

drunk.

African tradition recommends peanut butter.

Evening primrose oil is another option, especially for women who can benefit from taking it

anyway.

Take any of these before you start drinking to avoid having to search for home remedies for

hangovers after your next night out!

Please don’t Drink and Drive….Be Responsable.
Warm Regards,

Tonyg