New Year Hangover: Got Plenty alcohol In Your System?

This would be happening to majority of heavy alcoholic drinker with the season enrolling into the New Year. Wine and dine in moderation we will say, but guess the deed had already been done. Some of the tips to stop that slamming headache, vomiting, dazedness, and restlessness are just within your reach.

With your present state, it is important not to complicate things for yourself. A drinker once said the remedy to hangover is hangover. That is a dangerous way to complicate your condition. Alternating your drinks with water or another nonalcoholic beverage can help you slow down and stay hydrated. It is important to take enough water to help flush out some of the toxin in the system. Alcohol affects the body by increasing the frequency of passing of urine so the tendency of dehydration is high. Enough fluids intake is the number one option.

Alcohol also affects the gastrointestinal system causing the lining of the stomach to get inflamed and thus the choice of food at this point is very important. A meal with eggs will make the stomach feel better .The cysteine in eggs breaks down the alcohol in the body and reduces toxicity. Along with eggs, you can add a banana for an instant potassium kick. Potassium helps replace lost electrolytes and prevent dehydration. Some heavy drinkers recommend traditional hangover remedies but some of them are often ineffective and may actually make you feel worse. It could temporarily take the edge off your symptoms but could hurt in the long run.

Alabukun has been famous a medicine with multi-functional effect. We do forget the major function of the drug as a pain killer. I don’t think there is any drinking arena that do not sell the drugs. It is always being used to delay alcohol intoxication. It works well but heavy drinker tends to forget that the more they drink the less active it becomes. You can use it once you stop the intake of alcohol. In recent years, some counter painkillers certainly help ease hangover headaches and the aches and pains one may feel in your body after a night of heavy drinking, but it is important to choose drugs carefully. If you’re a regular heavy drinker, you may have done some damage to the lining of your stomach, and taking Alabukun or aspirin or ibuprofen can worsen this damage and even cause bleeding. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is also risky for habitual drinkers, due to the potential for liver damage. Check with your doctor about a painkiller that’s right for you.

Multivitamin can also help to restore the nutrients your body may have lost during the situation.

A small intake of coffee if you drink it regularly at interval of 30 to 60 minutes would make you feel better. Take it alone or with a tea spoon of natural honey.

Exercise by a way of gentle workout might help you feel better, if you can manage to. That is on the condition that you are not feeling dizzying .Exercise is always the right thing to do, but I doubt you can do it with your present condition!

People sleep poorly after a night of drinking. Alcohol will put you to sleep quickly, but when it begins to wear off several hours later, it can disrupt sleep and keep you awake. While sleep deprivation won’t by itself cause a hangover, it can definitely make the symptoms worse. If you have the luxury of sleeping it off the next day, do so. Your slamming brain and achy body will thank you! The body has an amazing capacity to heal on its own if it enjoys a relaxing state.



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