How to Get Rid of a Hangover?

 How to Get Rid of a Hangover?


Drink warm lemon juice with two teaspoons of honey to counteract the effects of hangover.


The common breakfast combo egg and plain toast will help fight against hangover.

  Chewing peppermint leaves relaxes your intestines and reduces the effects of alcohol.


 A couple of bananas along with your breakfast alleviate such symptoms.

Black tea with a little squeezed ginger is an excellent remedy. You can also chew a small piece of ginger throughout the day.

 Fructose is a type of sugar that helps your metabolism process alcohol faster. Tomato juice is rich in fructose hence controlling hangover symptoms.

Potassium helps you fight against hangover. Honey being rich in potassium subdues the effects of drinking alcohol.

A long shower replenishes your energy.

 Dehydration is the main reason for hangovers. Drink a lot of water to avoid a hangover.

Last but not least – STOP Drinking

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