Here’s How to Prevent Getting Hungover

Drunk and heading for a hangover. (Image: Oneras via Compfight cc)
Drunk and heading for a hangover. (Image: Oneras via Compfight cc)

Hangovers are not much fun, but lots of us think that getting to that state IS lots of fun.

Here’s some useful and simple ways to slow the effects of alcohol and recover quickly after a binge.

Watermelon: accelerates the excretion of alcohol

Watermelon juice inhibits the absorption of alcohol reducing the amount of alcohol into the bloodstream.

It also has a significant diuretic effect, and promotes faster excretion of alcohol.

Fresh grape juice combats nausea

Grapes are rich in tartaric acid that gives an ethanol interaction with alcohol to form esters, helping to prevent getting hungover.

Eating grapes before drinking helps to prevent getting drunk.

Grapes are also a great liver medicine.

Bananas reduce alcohol in the blood

Drink and/or eat bananas to increase blood glucose levels, and reduce the proportion of alcohol in the blood helping to prevent a hangover.

Meanwhile, it can also eliminate palpitations, chest tightness and other symptoms.

General Tips

Do not drink on an empty stomach, its best to eat foods rich in starch and protein such as pastries, bread, eggs, milk, etc., they can reduce the gastrointestinal absorption of alcohol.

To combat dizziness and nausea, mix shredded cabbage with a small amount of sugar and vinegar and eat.

Drink three drinks cups of celery juice 5 minutes apart and dizziness will soon ease.

Moderation in all things especially alcohol consumption is my preferred option, but if you must drink, take care out there and take care of each other.

Party-on, but keep yourself nice. (Imaget: Jono Colliver via Compfight cc)

Party-on, but keep yourself nice. (Imaget: Jono Colliver via Compfight cc)

 

Source: Hebei

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