So your partied hardy! Now you wanna puke, sleep, or just plain die.
A hangover is a pretty common thing after a night like that, with symptoms including fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, thirst and sensitivity to light or sound. My boozy buddies and I have compiled our favorite Morning-After cures:
Eating a good breakfast is one of the most well-known remedies for a hangover.
One reason is that a good breakfast can help maintain your blood sugar levels.
Although low blood sugar levels are not necessarily the cause of a hangover, they’re often associated with it.
Low blood sugar could also contribute to some hangover symptoms, such as nausea, fatigue and weakness.
Get plenty of sleep. While a lack of sleep does not cause a hangover, it can make your hangover worse.
Stay hydrated! Did you throw up? You could be really dehydrated now.
Although dehydration is not the only cause of a hangover, it contributes to many of its symptoms, such as increased thirst, fatigue, headache and dizziness.
Increasing your water intake may help alleviate some symptoms of hangovers and even prevent them altogether.
Hair of the dog? Some people swear by having a drink the next morning. They say it can lessen hangover symptoms, but this is largely based on myth, and doesn't have a whole lot of science to back it up. And used for hangovers, it can lead to the development of unhealthy habits and alcohol dependence.
Pedialyte? Miley and Pharrell swear by it!