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The holiday season is around the corner and unlike every year we are more than happy to bid goodbye to 2020. And if your way of celebration includes some alcohol, then you should keep some hangover cures handy. Because let’s face it: after the year we all have had, some headache, nausea and fatigue is bound to happen.
So to rescue yourself from such a condition the first of January, keep these four nifty hangover cures handy:
You must have heard that ginger has many benefits when it comes to treating an upset stomach. And nausea and/or stomach distress are one of the common symptoms of a hangover. So, if you wake up feeling uneasy just brew yourself some ginger tea!
A study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics also found that when ginger was administered to cancer patients going through chemotherapy, they were 60% less likely to vomit.
A study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that vitamin B levels in your body are particularly affected when you consume alcohol. So, loading up on vitamin B rich food is a good way to bounce back. Moreover, vitamin B also helps in restoring energy levels and improving brain function which can kick off the feeling of fatigue in a jiffy.
Alcohol tends to dehydrate your body which makes you lose the electrolytes. Because of dehydration and lack of electrolytes you might feel dizzy and nauseated. To balance this situation you need to drink up more fluids. A study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that drinking electrolytes can help your body restore the minerals.
The very next day start your morning with apple cider vinegar diluted with green tea. The caffeine in green tea will help with your headache and the natural diuretic effect of apple cider vinegar can help combat fluid retention.
So with these hangover cures, start your new year on a rocking note and stay healthy.