Top 5 hangover cures

Decem­ber 31, 2016, 10:07 am

The New Year often starts with a hang­over. Our tips will help you min­i­mize the neg­a­tive effects of an alco­hol par­ty.

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Headache, meta­bol­ic dis­or­der… If the night was long and stormy, the morn­ing may not be joy­ful at all. No pan­ic! The main thing now is vit­a­mins, plen­ty of flu­ids, prop­er food and some­thing else. We have com­piled for you a rat­ing of the most effec­tive reme­dies that will help you beat a hang­over.

1. Cof­fee with lemon

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Strong cof­fee is great for mild hang­overs. Add a slice of lemon to a cup of espres­so and the headache will go away faster.

2. Med

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Thanks to its high fruc­tose con­tent, this nat­ur­al sweet­ness helps the body elim­i­nate alco­hol tox­ins more quick­ly. Oat­meal or bread with hon­ey for break­fast is what you need!

3. Fruit and veg­etable juices

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If a lot of alco­hol was drunk on the eve, in the morn­ing the sal­va­tion will be … a plen­ti­ful drink. The right choice is min­er­al water, fruit and veg­etable juices. They will remove tox­ins and make up for the lack of vit­a­mins and min­er­als. Espe­cial­ly use­ful are apple and car­rot juices, as well as toma­to juice. The lat­ter con­tains lycopene, a pow­er­ful antiox­i­dant that pro­tects body cells from free rad­i­cals and pre­vents aging.

4. Pep­per­mint Oil

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If the headache per­sists, mas­sage a few drops of essen­tial oil into the tem­ples, fore­head and neck. The aro­ma of mint clears the mind and relieves headaches per­fect­ly. Or brew mint tea — the effect will be the same.

5. Hearty break­fast

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Bacon and eggs or her­ring roll­mops for break­fast? Yes, yes and yes again! Even if such high-calo­rie dish­es are taboo for you on ordi­nary days, with a hang­over syn­drome, such food will do more good than harm. So, her­ring is a rich source of min­er­als, and eggs con­tain essen­tial amino acids that pro­tect liv­er cells from tox­ins. Well, after break­fast, go for a walk!

Author: Every­thing will be fine
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