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What are different home remedies for Hangover?

A hangover refers to the unpleasant aftereffects that an individual experiences after an alcoholic binge.

Common effects include:

• Nausea
• Lethargy or fatigue
• Headache
• Diarrhea
• Extreme thirst

Reasons for Getting a Hangover

• Alcohol
• Salted peanuts and other salty snacks.
• Alcohol can rob the body of essential nutrients like blood sugar, water, minerals and vitamins.
• White wine, red wine, vodka, gin, rum, whiskey and brandy are the main culprits.
• Mixing several alcoholic beverages.

Home Remedies for a Hangover

1. Water
• Hangover is caused due to dehydration.
• It is very important to drink enough water to hydrate.
• This will flush out the toxins from the system.
• Drink a few glasses of water before going to bed.

2. Fruit Juices
• Fruit juices are an effective remedy to replenish nutrients and minerals.

3. Lemon tea & lemon Juice
• Lemon tea will flush out the toxins from the stomach.
• One can mix some fresh lemon juice in cold water to get relief from a hangover.
• This will even control the level of sugar in your blood.

4. Honey
• Honey contains fructose which prevents rapid changes in alcohol levels and hence consuming a few spoonful of honey every hour will help to negate the harmful effect of alcohol.

5. Bananas & Apples
• Fruits such as bananas and apples are known to be effective cures for hangovers.
• Have an apple on an empty stomach or eat a banana.
• Mash milk and banana with a spoonful of honey to get relief.
• The fruits will help the body get back the minerals.

6. Ginger
• Chew a few small pieces of ginger or brew a cup of tea with the root to get relief from a hangover.
• This helps the system to digest the alcohol and soothe the stomach.

7. Raw Cabbage
• Raw cabbage is known to be good for treating a hangover.
• Chew a piece of raw cabbage for getting relief from a headache.
• Munch cabbage along with a glass of tomato juice to cure the hangover.

8. Peppermint
• Peppermint and primrose oil are also good home remedies.

Other Home Remedies

• Eat something during and after drinking.
• This helps to reduce the rate at which alcohol enters the blood and thus can help reduce the after-effects.
• Taking some vitamin C tablets will also help break down the alcohol content in the body.
• Never drink on an empty stomach.
• Food helps to absorb some of the alcohol and helps the body in digesting alcohol faster.
• It is better to eat starchy foods to slow down the alcohol absorption.
• Limit yourself to less than 1 drink per hour.
• Alternate your alcoholic drinks with nonalcoholic beverages such as water.
• Non-carbonated drinks are better as carbonation can speed up the alcohol absorption.
• It is best to avoid sweet drinks (and sugary foods) while drinking.
• A potion composed of a mixture of raw egg yolk, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, salt and pepper is developed by Romans which provides cure from hangover.
• People also consume a mixture of Coca-Cola and milk as a cure for hangover.
• Tomato juice and beer are also a cure from hangover.

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