How to Cure Your Hangover

One of the worst things that can happen from your night clubbing is having a hangover. Many party-goers and clubbers don’t really want to experience a hangover, but they can’t help downing one too many drinks for a single night. Some would shamelessly recall what they did during the night, while others can’t recall how they ended up in their room only to feel very bad the next morning when they wake up. People will say that the only way to cure a hangover is to drink moderately, however there are a few other remedies that can help ease that body-aching, head-pounding feeling that people feel the next day.

Around 75 percent of people that have experienced a hangover from alcohol have missed their work. And because of this, it is important to know how to tackle pain induced by alcohol. Some of the best ways to handle this are by acting smart and you won’t be missing your work the next day.


During the time or after the night of extreme drinking, most people would turn to water to quench that intense thirst, because the body is completely parched from the heavy drinking. While it can be quite revolting to think that you have to put more liquid in your body, water can help you get cured with your hangover.

An expert advice about how water can lessen the impact of that hangover is that it can deal with fatigue, headaches, confusion and nausea. The best thing to do after you party or get home from a club with heavy drinking is to drink water before going to sleep. This will rehydrate your body and you will be able to tackle the symptoms properly.


Going for caffeine-free and sweet soda may even provide the solace your body needs when having a hangover. This was only recently published, but according to one study from Food and Function, researchers from China have found that drinking helps the body get better in metabolizing alcohol through speeding up the ability of the body to process ALDH or aldehyde dehydrogenase. It is believed that this is the culprit for causing the symptoms of a hangover.

Some people believe that herbal and many other supplements can alleviate the hangover. However, several studies have shown that there are elements in herbal medicines that slow down the process of ALDH, thus prolonging hangover.

Peppermint or Ginger Tea

Although studies showed that Sprite is more effective compared to herbal teas, other studies also suggest that sipping on peppermint or ginger tea is a perfect way of soothing stomachaches and nausea dealt by hangovers. Several studies also show that teas can lessen motion sickness and nausea when they are prepared properly. Green tea is also widely known to be a good aid for the liver.


Asparagus can help protect your body from the heavy drinking you did. Eating spring vegetables may not be part of your idea after drinking, but this will help enhance the speed of how the body cells break down the alcohol. This will prevent long-term damage from the byproducts of the beverage.

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