We all know that drinking alcohol is bad. However, at the same time it is also delicious and exciting.
And that would be all right, but the next morning is so tough and painful … is there any way at all (other than not drinking) that helps with a hangover?
It turns out, in part, is. The emphasis, of course, on the word in part – nothing beats not drinking.
No explanation is presumably needed here.
Bananas contain not only nitrogen, which is necessary for normal water metabolism but also sugar, the level of which is consumed by alcohol consumption. In addition, the banana goes well and easily which is sometimes not insignificant in hangovers.
Eggs contain cysteine, an amino acid needed for the production of the antioxidant glutathione. This antioxidant contributes to the breakdown of alcohol and, of course, its stocks are quite empty after a hearty drink.
If you don’t want to drink water, then sweet watermelon (again, sugar levels!) Is a good way to rehydrate. In addition, right now is the time of watermelon.
5. Salted and pickled cucumbers.
As alcohol dehydrates, salt will help the body keep the fluid you drink the next morning. True, people with high blood pressure need to be careful – high salt intake will only increase it.
One of the trace elements that degrades the most during drinking is magnesium. Avocados are a significant source of magnesium. In addition, we can easily combine it with other products from this list – eggs, meat, salmon and asparagus.
Unless you are a vegetarian, eating meat the next morning is not such a bad idea. Meat contains various essential amino acids that are broken down by alcohol. In addition, the meat is delicious. Yes.
Blueberries are full of antioxidants that help fight the inflammatory processes in the body that rupture after drinking. In addition, if the bowel movement the next day is unpredictable, blueberries usually fix it as well.
9. Oranges and orange juice. Or kiwi.
These fruits contain a lot of vitamin C – we break it down in large quantities under the influence of alcohol. In principle, drinking orange juice the next day is an excellent idea.
We have even found simple but expensive sprouts in a medical study where asparagus has been shown to help break down alcohol in the body and protect the liver. True, it is not clear how many buckets of asparagus should be eaten so that there is no hangover at all.
Full of good omega-3 fatty acids, salmon, like blueberries, helps against inflammatory processes in the body. And, as we know, the next morning you also want something fatty – then it’s better to read, not a burger.
Although ginger does not break down or restore anything, it helps against nausea. Which, depending on the severity of the hangover, can be very, very important.
13. Tomato juice
There are some studies that suggest that tomato juice may help alcohol break down faster and protect the liver.
14. Coconut water
If you like the liquid in coconuts, this is not a bad idea for the next morning – sweet water contains not only sugars but also many other electrolytes that will help restore water balance in the body.
15. Oat flakes
Despite the desire to quickly get used to everything in a row, perhaps a calmer breakfast with compound carbohydrates – which will keep your sugar levels less volatile for longer and make you less stingy – is a better choice.
By the way, we can cook oatmeal porridge with salt, adding bacon and avocado.