How to overcome a hangover
It is important to drink lots of fluids when you have a hangover. Alcohol dehydrates your body, so you need to replenish the lost fluids. The best fluids to drink are water and sports drinks. Avoid caffeine and sugary drinks, as they can make you feel more dehydrated. Drink small amounts of fluid often throughout the day instead of large amounts all at once.
If you have vomit or diarrhea, you will need to drink even more fluids to prevent dehydration. Drink clear fluids such as water, clear broth, frozen water or ice pops, or sports drinks (such as Gatorade). You can also drink diluted fruit juices. AVOID alcoholic beverages, caffeine, and sugary drinks.
Eat healthy foods
A hangover is your body's reaction to drinking too much alcohol. Alcohol can cause dehydration, low blood sugar, and upset stomach. All of these can lead to headaches, fatigue, and nausea. You may also have trouble concentrating and processing information.
To help ease your symptoms, drink lots of fluids, especially water. Sports drinks or fruit juice mixed with water can also help. Eat small meals throughout the day that are easy on your stomach. Bananas, rice, toast, and crackers are all good choices. Stay away from greasy or spicy foods. They may make your symptoms worse. Get some rest and avoid bright lights and loud noises. As tempting as it may be to drink coffee or alcohol to feel better, it will only make your symptoms worse in the long run.
Get some exercise
Hangovers can be a real pain, but there are things you can do to ease the symptoms and get rid of them faster. One of the best things you can do is to get some exercise.
Exercise helps to increase blood flow and gets rid of toxins in your body that can contribute to a hangover. It also releases endorphins, which can help to improve your mood and make you feel better overall.
So if you’re feeling up to it, go for a run, do some yoga, or go for a walk. Just getting some fresh air can also help to clear your head and make you feel better.
Take a pain reliever
There are a few things you can do to ease the symptoms of a hangover.
Get some sleep
It’s important to get some sleep after a night of drinking. Alcohol disrupts sleep, so you may not feel rested even if you’ve slept for eight hours. Aim for a nap or at least some down time to rest your body and let it recover.