After a long and crazy night, the morning is sure going to be heavy. Stay tuned as we discover foods that scientifically help cure a hangover!
Waking up in the morning your head pounding, you want to stay all day in the bed, our body is going numb and we don’t even take action to relieve the symptoms. What do we do about the hangover?
This subject is largely unstudied there is no official meal that will cure a hangover that is why people keep experimenting focused on breaking down toxins in our body, and helping our body to release the toxins.
Drinks that help.
Staying up in the morning, your lips feeling dry that is your first hint. You need water, alcohol is a diuretic, which pushes liquids out of the body, and the body tries to compensate that by absorbing water from any organ available and that includes a brain-hello headache.
Stock up your body with some fresh water.
Ginger or Peppermint tea
For a soothing brew, look no further than your favorite herbal tea. Studies show that ginger tea may reduce nausea and motion sickness. Peppermint tea (a common morning sickness cure for pregnant ladies) may also ease stomach pain and decrease nausea.
Grab a glass of any juice it will buckle up your body with some instant energy to kick start the recovery process.
One way, which you can help rehydrate and replenish electrolyte and sodium levels is with vinegar, and to do so is to take spoon or two of natural vinegar add them to a glass of water and drink that up in the morning.
This study suggests that coffee can strike a good punch against a headache, the combo that works is caffeine and over the counter-inflammatory drugs like (Advil or aspirin).
Foods that help
In the process of breaking down ethanol by the liver, there is a leftover substance called acetaldehyde, yup that `s what`s causing us a headache. The answer to that is Cysteine, which breaks down acetaldehyde, and in our favor eggs contain a hand of hard working amino acids, cysteine to break acetaldehyde, and taurine to boost liver function.
Bananas, and Leafy Greens
The alcohol`s diuretic effect takes away an important electrolyte. Don’t you worry grab some yogurt that you prefer and blend these delicious bad boys into the hangover-fighting smoothie.
Remember the days when we were young our mom gave us soups right? The way it works is noodles can help restock sodium and water levels in the body.
A hot bowl of oatmeal has plenty of essential nutrients like B vitamins, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Plus oats can help neutralize acids in the body and raise blood sugar levels, giving you an instant energy boost.
Foods & Drinks to avoid
The last you want to do is to irritate your stomach. Stop at least for the day when having a hangover.
As it turns out a large fatty meal is better at preventing a hangover than curing one. This prevents alcohol from being absorbed into the stomach lining and into the bloodstream.
Same as greasy food citric fruits as orange or grapefruit can irritate an already sensitive stomach. Also, avoid tomato juice it is also acidic.