Though you might have knocked off the second your head hit the pillow after a night of drinking, any sleep you did get wasn’t sound.
Drinking alcohol without enough food in your system can cause a drop in blood sugar.
Ginseng has been a staple of Chinese medicine for centuries, and with good reason. This humble root has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
When you lose extra fluids from alcohol, your electrolytes suffer, too. Bring your levels back up by snacking on foods like bananas, spinach, kale, or avocados.
Hangovers sometimes come with a side of an upset stomach. If your stomach is in knots, try a warm mug of ginger tea to settle things down.
It’s long been known by researchers that drinking on an empty stomach allows alcohol to be absorbed by your body more quickly.
This is one hangover remedy that requires you to be proactive. Drinking pear juice once you’re already blitzed won’t help.
In a well-known study from 2010, researchers supplied a group of men with beer containing 4 percent alcohol in hot, humid conditions (sounds like a proper party to us).
Darker drinks, like red wine, whiskey, or rum, contain more congeners than their lighter counterparts, such as white wine.
Sorry to burst your bubble (hah, see what we did there?), but we recommend that you pass on the champagne or any other alcohol that’s mixed with carbonated beverages, like your go-to rum and cola.