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How Hangover Helper Can Help You Feel Great

The Morning After The late morning rays of sun finally shine on you. Your head is pounding, and you feel like you’ve been hit by a bus. You swore you weren’t going to drink too much last night, but it just sort of happened. And now you’re hungover. Eyes half-open, you look for your cell phone. Is it hiding between the sheets?  Maybe you left it charging. You finally find it, but the relief you feel is quickly replaced with panic as you check your text messages and see you’re supposed to meet a friend for brunch today at noon! It’s already 11:00 am, and there’s no way you can roll out of bed right now. Your first instinct is...

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10 Best and Worst Foods for Hangovers

When you’re suffering from a hangover, you want relief fast. We’ve compiled a list of the best and worst foods to eat. It happened. Whether you planned it or not, you had a night of heavy drinking. Or maybe you didn’t hydrate and eat enough last night. In any case, you now have a nasty hangover. Wondering if there’s anything you can do for relief? Start by replenishing the electrolytes, essential vitamins and water that have been flushed from your body by alcohol. That means drinking plenty of water, avoiding too much caffeine and eating the right foods. Here are some of the best and worst foods for a hangover: WORST FOODS FOR HANGOVER 1. Greasy, Fatty Foods If you...

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Hangover Causes and Prevention

I have a love-hate relationship with craft beer. I especially love a nice high-ABV double IPA, but I hate the hangover I get if I’ve had a few too many. So why does alcohol make you feel so bad the morning after, and can the dreaded hangover be avoided? I decided to look into the science behind it to see if I could enjoy beer without wanting to spend the next day in bed. Here’s a list of hangover causes and what you can do to prevent or relieve them. Cause #1: Dehydration Most people know alcohol is a diuretic. Have a little too much, and you risk dehydration and end up with a headache. Prevention: Drink water between alcoholic...

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