Unfortunately it's difficult to eat, drink and be merry without suffering the consequences. If you end up with a hangover, recovery is aided by time and these actions.
Don't be tempted to sleep too long - you'll make your headache worse.
*Have plenty to drink, for example tea, to combat dehydration.
*Consume a sugary snack or drink to give your blood-sugar level a boost.
*Cook yourself breakfast. You become hypoglycemic after drinking heavily and eating a cooked meal will satisfy your energy needs and raise your blood-sugar level. Eggs are ideal because they are high in protein and deliver energy throughout the day.
*Eat some fresh fruit for vitamin C - alcohol depletes your supplies, so they will need supplementing.
*Take a brisk walk-being outside will take your mind off the way you 're feeling, and also help to blow away a headache. Exercise helps the liver to recover after an alcoholic binge.
Avoid driving while you've got a hangover. You could still be over the limit.
*To prevent a hangover in the first place, skip the red wine and brandy. These have high concentrations of congeners (produced when alcohol ferments), which may cause nasty hangovers, and drink plenty of water before going to bed. Alcohol increases urine production and most symptoms of a hangover are due to dehydration.Enjoy your day!
I can vouch for the effectiveness of burnt toast. The carbon also explains why you get less tipsy drinking at a barbeque.
Here's everything you need to know about hangovers:
ok, time for me to test if all these recipes work for me. hehe... i am going out on fri. yeah!