Okay we have all been there, that Hangover that is slowly making you regret every decision for the night before. Woken up, head banging, dry throat, and thinking wear is the water at? At the moment there are a large majority of students at their Freshers week, so they have still got another week of this! Now here are the best remedies for a hangover to get you back on your feet and keep you going
1.Line The Stomach:
This is the most important thing I can say, if you have had a proper meal before you go out, it will one the walls of your stomach, so when you drink the alcohol will be absorbed, and slow the rate of alcohol.
2. Drinks loads of water:
Naturally when you drink alcohol you can become dehydrated, so making sure you drink loads of water will counteract the dehydration. If you are wanting to wake up fresh, make sure you are hydrated before you even go out!
3. Don’t go overboard with the dancing:
Okay we all love a good dance, and some may dance better than others, I am not good at dancing, I’m just going to put that out there now. However, too much dancing will send your stomach turning.. Have a balance!
This is so important, make sure you pace yourself throughout the night, so you can last the whole night. Now it doesn’t matter how much you say it to students, they will naturally go overboard, however if you can’t drink as much as your friends, then don’t, its simple!
5. Eat sensibly the day after:
After a heavy night out, you wake up and you want to eat anything you have, you crave unusual foods.. But make sure you don’t go looking for the old pizza, greasy food and the rest! Eat healthy foods with loads of energy! Like bananas, or crackers, or porridge.
6. Drink coconut water:
This is the best tip, when you drink, you become dehydrated, you need to replenish your body, coconut water is loaded with electrolytes that get your body back to its normal level. If you want to see other benefits of Coconut water check out this post
Heres just some top tips, but there are loads more that will help you! If you have any other great remedies, tweet me @mrjamesvincent