These Best Hangover Recovery Cures Healing Recipes will calm unpleasant symptoms after a night of heavy drinking.
A hangover with symptoms include:
Fatigue and weakness
Excessive thirst and dry mouth
Headaches and muscle aches
Nausea, vomiting or stomach pain
Poor or decreased sleep
Increased sensitivity to light and sound
Dizziness or a sense of the room spinning
Decreased ability to concentrate
Mood disturbances, such as depression, anxiety and irritability
The easiest way to reduce hangover symptoms is to reduce your alcohol intake, as both the severity and incidence of hangover symptoms increase in line with the amount of alcohol you consume.
Avoid Drinks With Congeners (a minor chemical constituent, especially one that gives a distinctive character to a wine or liquor or is responsible for some of its physiological effects):
Drinks that are low in congeners include vodka, gin and rum, with vodka containing almost no congeners at all.
Meanwhile, tequila, whiskey and cognac are all high in congeners, with bourbon whiskey containing the highest amount.
1. Try a warm cup of ginger or peppermint tea. The spicy root or herb will help ease a queasy stomach and invigorate your entire body so you can get moving. All you need is fresh ginger or peppermint , honey, water, and lime juice.
2. Sea Salt Avocado Toast: Ingredients: 1 slice sprouted whole grain bread, toasted, 1/2 avocado, lemon juice
and pinch sea salt
Directions: Slice avocado and place on toasted bread. Drizzle lemon juice and sea salt over top.
Why it works: The fat in avocados and the bread help soak up and settle whatever is going on in your stomach. The sea salt helps increase thirst, encouraging you to drink more water and help re-hydrate your body.
3. Pickle juice: it has natural electrolyte-boosting salts for the morning after. The salt and vinegar contained in pickle juice will start storing water to put the body back in balance.
4. Activated charcoal: The activated charcoal is mixed into a slurry, sometimes with sorbitol (a sweetener/laxative) added. The stomach contents bind to the activated charcoal and it exits the body.
5. Water: solution to dehydration is to drink water in small amounts repeatedly. After waking up with a pounding head…. drink , drink and drink some more. Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it pushes liquids out of the body and you will need to replace it.
6. Crackers: are bland carbs that raise low blood sugar, without upsetting the stomach.
7. Prairie Oyster: This drink contains brandy, Worcestershire sauce, red wine vinegar, Tabasco sauce, and raw egg yolk.
8. Honey: Many people for hundreds of years have stated honey as an ideal way to combat a hangover. The fructose helps the body metabolize alcohol, plus it contains potassium than a banana. It also contains antibacterial properties and is full of enzymes, all of which will help you feel better in a hurry.
When to see a doctor: More-severe signs and symptoms that accompany heavy drinking may indicate alcohol poisoning — a life-threatening emergency.
Slow breathing (less than eight breaths a minute)
Irregular breathing (a gap of more than 10 seconds between breaths)
Blue-tinged skin or pale skin
Low body temperature (hypothermia)
Difficulty remaining conscious
Passing out (unconsciousness) and can’t be awakened
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