• Natural Remedies For Your Hangover!

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    Severe signs and symptoms that indicates alcohol poisoning are vomiting, seizures, slow breathing, irregular breathing, low body temperature. If you experience any of those, it is better to go to the nearest hospital. But for hangovers, there are many remedies you can use.

    Below is an excerpt of an article that shares the natural remedies you can try at home for your hangover:

    1. Hot-to-cold showering:

    Hydrotherapy is one of the most underrated alternative therapies. According to Michele Conigliaro, a yoga teacher and detox expert, alternating between hot and cold every 30 seconds while you’re in the shower “improves elimination, decreases inflammation, stimulates circulation, and helps remove waste from tissues.” Hydrotherapy has been used for years to treat a wide range of ailments—including pain and fatigue—and may even stimulate the immune system, as some studies have shown that cold showering can reduce sick days.

    2. Eggs:

    When you drink alcohol, your liver (with the help of some specific antioxidants and enzymes) breaks down the ethanol into a compound called acetaldehyde, which is classified as a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization. When there is more acetaldehyde in the body than normal, it causes a lot of the classic hangover symptoms. In other words: Hangovers aren’t just due to dehydration. To counteract this buildup of acetaldehyde, we can turn to cysteine, which is one of the substances that help break down this compound in the body. Luckily, cysteine is present in eggs, which is why scrambled eggs are the perfect choice for breakfast.

    3. Ginger:

    Everyone reacts to alcohol a little differently, but if you’re someone who gets nauseated, ginger is the way to go. Studies have supported the idea that ginger can reduce feelings of nausea, so brew yourself some ginger tea and grate some fresh ginger on top for a little extra spice. Pro tip: It’s even more delicious (and refreshing!) when served over ice.

    4. Coconut water:

    If you’re hung over, you’re likely dehydrated but also in need of electrolytes that were lost the night before. One of the best natural sources of electrolytes is coconut water, which contains the five electrolytes found in human blood and is low in sugar, unlike most sports drinks.

    5. Coffee:

    When we’re hung over, we sometimes find ourselves asking the question: To caffeinate or not to caffeinate? The health world seems to be divided on this topic. Coffee is also a diuretic, so it has the potential so dehydrate you more. Other people say that coffee helps reduce swelling in your blood vessels, which can help soothe headaches. I think the best strategy here is to stick with your normal routine. If you’re a coffee person, go for it, since refraining could even lead to a caffeine withdrawal headache. If you don’t normally drink coffee, this probably isn’t the time to start. Coffee can trigger anxiety, which is often already triggered the day after too much alcohol.

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