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6 Natural Hangover Remedies to Cure What Ails Ya on New Year's Day

by , 12/31/13
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TOMATOES

There’s a reason why people love drinking Bloody Marys the day after going on a bender (besides getting some hair of the dog, which most experts generally agree is more of a temporary hiatus than a cure for a hangover) – it’s rich in the vitamins, minerals and enzymes that booze robs your body of and it contains fructose with aids in metabolizing alcohol in your system. One way to stop the room from spinning is to imbibe some tomato juice mixed with a little cayenne pepper, sugar, and lime.

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WATER

Sorry if this makes us disciples of Captain Obvious but we really couldn’t compile a natural hangover cure list without including good old H20. It’s tried and true and it will work better than probably any other remedy in this article as long as you remember one thing – stay sober enough to drink loads of it after you get home from partying or better yet, during. Speaking from personal experience, drinking one glass of water for every shot, glass or can of alcohol will almost guarantee you no hangover the next day and if you can’t swing that, the next best thing is to chug 3 or 4 cups of water right before you hit the hay. But we all know that having the presence of mind to hydrate properly when you’ve had a bunch of cocktails is easier said than done, so you can still do it in the morning when you wake up – although an ounce of prevention could have saved you a pound(ing headache) of cure.

Lead image adapted from photo by: FotoosvanRobin

*Interesting word usage note. As Althouse explains here, both “party hearty” and “party hardy” are commonly used phrases that are both “right” in their own ways, but they actually mean two different things.

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6 Comments

  1. RoyChirpster June 18, 2014 at 11:07 am

    peach of an article i found for beating hangovers – http://learntochirp.wordpress.com/2014/06/18/how-to-destroy-your-hangover/

  2. whatevr May 21, 2014 at 5:38 pm

    What’s all this about fructose “aiding” alcohol metabolization?

    Fructose is metabolized in the liver. As everyone knows, so is alcohol. If you want to give your body a break after boozin’, willfully ingesting extra fructose seems counter-intuitive at best.

  3. whatevr May 21, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    What’s all this about ‘frustose helping to metabolize alcohol?”

    Fructose is metabolized in the liver. As everyone knows, so is alcohol. If you want to give your body a break after boozin’, fructose seems counter-intuitive at best.

    Speaking of liver metabolism, stay away from tylenol/acetominophen/paracetamol for hangovers, folks.

  4. fthompson October 11, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Water is number one

  5. Health Guru January 2, 2013 at 7:53 pm

    BluCetin, all-natural extract derived from the Oriental Raisin Tree. This stuff has been curing hangovers for centuries and its finally made its way to America! Praised for its protective attributes, BluCetin has actually been tested at the UCLA Medical Center in regards to its effects against alcohol with astounding results. You can actually review the study in the Journal of Neuroscience. Now name another hangover remedy that’s backed up with credentials like that! They have free samples on their website, give it a shot.

  6. david katz July 24, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    OY! OK for sure, water is good for your body, your are 70% H2O. Drinking alcohol gets rid of a lot of it. Having a glass of water between each adult beverage helps keep you from dehydrating – and also can help you from assing out as quickly :-b Water before bed, water in the AM, with something like a wheat toast with peanut butter, banana slices and honey. there’s plenty of advice out there on how to Get Rid of a Hangover , you might just have to try around, until you find what works for you.

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