Natural Hangover CuresPublished on March 13th, 2013
There are many different natural hangover cures that are in our daily diets to begin with. These natural hangover cures are not always the first thing we jump to after a night of drinking but they can help us to feel better faster. To truly cure a hangover we must rehydrate, flush our system of the chemicals and toxins related to alcohol use and relieve any pain we may be experiencing.
Top Five Natural Hangover Cures
They are not just a tasty snack. Banana are full of potassium which our bodies are depleted of when drinking alcohol. Having a banana first thing in the morning when faced with a hangover you can find relief in this tasty treat.
Honey has many natural healing properties and offers relief to those suffering from hangover symptoms. Honey contains fructose which helps the body to metabolize the alcohol. It also contains potassium that our body’s need after a night of drinking. Having two to six teaspoons of honey every twenty minutes can get you feeling better when hungover.
Eating a healthy potion of cards can help relieve the queasy feeling from a hangover. The alcohol that remains in your stomach will be mixed with foods that will absorb it, allowing your body to process the alcohol in combination with cards, making you feel better. A bland card such as bread and butter or a plain pasta will help you find relief.
Tomatoes are rich in vitamins, minerals and enzymes. All of which alcohol depletes your body of when drinking. Tomatoes also contain fructose which will aid your body in metabolizing the alcohol still in your system. Eating tomatoes or having a glass of tomato juice can have you feeling better in no time.
Water will help to flush your body of the chemicals and toxins related to alcohol use. With alcohol acting as a diuretic it is important to drink lots of water to rehydrate yourself. Water is an age old hangover cure that truly works.
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