How to treat Hangovers easily

After blood-alcohol levels start to decline, hangovers start to occur. In fact, some specialists argue that the worst effects happen when alcohol levels get to zero.

The main problem is “drinking to drunkenness”. The amount of alcohol you take to get drunk does not really matter.

So how do we treat hangovers

  • Take water
Because it prevents the hormone vasopressin, which causes the kidneys to produce less urine, from being released into the body, alcohol makes you urinate. 
You can be even more dehydrated if your hangover causes vomiting, sweating, or diarrhea. A few sips of water can help most times.
  • Take carbohydrates

Alcohol also reduces your blood sugar which in theory can explain your headaches and fatigue. Takiing some quick carbohydrates might help with the symptoms.


  • Take analgesics but not Paracetamol

Do not take paracetamol while having a hangover because it might further harm your liver if there is still alcohol in your system. We explained it in detail here


  • Take tea or coffee

the stimulants in coffee or tea might help with the symptoms


  • Take B vitamins and zinc

Some small studies have shown that people whose food and beverage consumption contained greater amounts of zinc and B vitamins had less severe hangovers. This is not proof that if you take these, it might cure hangovers.


Always remember to drink responsibly.

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