This morning is the morning after last night you attended the wildest party you've ever been to. Unfortunately, your stomach feels as if it's partying with crazy dance moves like you did on the table last night, and your head might explode in or out soon enough-you don't know what the difference is anymore. The headache that he feared would strike after a night of drinking finally happened. Hang in there and follow these steps so you can get through the day comfortably.
Method 1 of 7: Find Something That Can Instantly Relieve Headaches
Step 1. Drink water
Even if something so simple looks ridiculous when you throw up your guts down the toilet, replenishing fluids is key to dealing with nausea and hangover headaches. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water slowly in the morning after a night of drinking. Alcohol causes your body to lose fluids by stimulating your kidneys to excrete more fluid than you drink, resulting in dehydration. The more alcohol you drink, the more water just passes through and out of the body.
Symptoms of hangover (a condition of dizziness after a hangover) include: dizziness, headache, nausea, dry mouth, and fatigue. Headaches and nausea are caused by a combination of alcohol metabolism, dehydration, and deficiency of vitamins A, B, and C
Step 2. Take pain medication
Your head may feel throbbing because the alcohol dilates the blood vessels, and the dilation of the blood vessels around the brain usually causes the pain that is usually felt during a migraine. While painkillers won't make you any healthier, they will relieve the headache, even if only briefly.
Painkillers such as Advil and ibuprofen ingredients work well for relieving head stabbing pain. Avoid drugs that contain acetaminophen such as Tylenol. This kind of drug is hard on the liver, which is busy working to filter the alcohol in the body's system. Taking acetaminophen while the alcohol is still in your system can cause liver damage
Step 3. Eat low-flavoured foods that contain starch
Bagels without any additives, toast, and crackers are good carbs to eat when you have a headache and nausea. Even if it's not the best snack, chances are you're not in the mood to eat much yourself. The condition you suffer from in the morning can cause your blood sugar level to drop – and a low-flavoured carb meal will help raise your blood sugar and make your stomach feel better.
Step 4. Go back to sleep
When you drink a lot of alcohol and fall asleep in bed, your body is generally unable to enter the REM (rapid eye movement) sleep cycle. The REM cycle is the stage your body goes through to recover and is when you can fall asleep very soundly. Go back to bed, cover yourself with the softest blanket you have, turn on some soothing music, and sleep for a few more hours.
You may consider asking for leave from school or work if your headache is too severe. Taking time off will give the body a break to repair the damage caused by drinking last night, although it's not a good idea to make this a habit
Method 2 of 7: Eat Stomach Calming Foods
Step 1. Eat foods that can make stomach upset subside
Your stomach may feel like you're spinning as if you're on a boat crashing high waves all day, but eating foods that replenish your vitamin stores and make your stomach feel better will heal you.
Step 2. Eat apples and bananas
Apples and bananas are packed with nutrients that will relieve headaches and restore minerals lost at last night's wild party. Both of these fruits in particular are very good for restoring potassium.
Step 3. Cook the eggs
Make scrambled eggs, fried eggs, or hard-boiled eggs-whatever type of egg dish you like, as eggs are guaranteed to help with headaches and hangovers. Eggs contain an amino acid called cysteine that helps counter the effects of acetaldehyde, a side effect of excessive alcohol consumption.
Step 4. Eat tomatoes, which can make you come back fresh and energetic
Chop the tomatoes and add a pinch of salt and pepper, or make them as juice. Tomatoes contain fructose which helps the process of alcohol metabolism in the body. Add a little lime juice to tomato juice to enrich its benefits.
Step 5. Eat coconuts
Coconuts are full of potassium – something your body definitely needs when dizziness and nausea from hangovers strike. Alternatively, drink coconut water if you feel lazy to split the coconut with a stone.
Step 6. Try eating some soup stock
Broth soup is an excellent food to eat when you have headaches and nausea because it contains water and electrolytes and both fight dehydration. The broth soup also replaces the salt and potassium lost by drinking all sour whiskey.
Step 7. Use cabbage, which can also amazingly cure headaches and nausea
Take the squeezed juice from the cabbage and mix it with a little tomato juice. Cabbage helps stabilize blood sugar levels.
Method 3 of 7: Drink a Drink That Makes Your Body Energetic
Step 1. Drink plenty of fluids
As mentioned above, changing your body fluids is an important key to fighting off the headaches and hangovers you dread. Some types of fluids can help restore electrolytes in the body, meet the body's fluid needs, and calm the stomach more quickly than others.
Step 2. Drink non-carbonated ginger ale
Now is a good time to remove soda bottles that are no longer carbonated from your refrigerator. But don't throw it away, you can drink it-ginger ale is a great drink to settle your stomach for.
Step 3. Drink a drink that can replace body fluids so that the body will recover quickly
Drinks that replace body fluids usually contain more sodium and are low in sugar (lower than sports drinks), so that body fluids will be replenished quickly. Besides being rich in vitamins, drinks that can replace body fluids also have a refreshing taste.
Step 4. Drink a sports drink
While you may not have just run 10km or played basketball in an NBA tournament, your body may feel as though you've just done it. Sports drinks are meant to replace body fluids and restore lost nutrients.
Step 5. Eat an ice lolly
If you can't drink any drinks, popsicles are a great food for you to start the rehydration process. Ice can also prevent you from feeling bloated (as some people feel when they drink a lot of sports drinks after waking up from last night's drinking).
Step 6. Drink fruit juice
Your body craves vitamins; and fruit juices like orange, pineapple, or mango juice are great drinks to restore your health. Remember to drink the juice slowly-you don't want to choke on the whole package.
Method 4 of 7: Using Herbal Medicine
Step 1. Try some herbal remedies
While you may feel like a magician churning out potions, herbal remedies can help restore the body's lost nutrients.
Step 2. Use the milk thistle plant
Milk thistle is recommended for individuals suffering from liver problems, and you are now one of them. Some people say they feel better after consuming milk thistle. You can buy milk thistle in pill or tea form.
Step 3. Try to eat honey
Honey, a gift from bees to mankind, can help treat headaches and hangovers and raise fructose levels. Bring water to a boil and add honey to it for a thinner, less sweet honey.
Step 4. Try eating a lemon
Lemon helps the body's detoxification process. Make lemon tea to soothe upset stomachs and start the body's detoxification process.
Step 5. Chew some ginger to soothe upset stomachs
You can buy ginger gum that can help you recover in stores. Alternatively, you can boil 10-12 pieces of fresh ginger root in 950 ml of water. You will get ginger tea which can be added with nutrient-rich foods such as lemon juice and honey.
Step 6. Mash 5-6 thyme leaves and boil them in water
Cook this mixture over low heat for about 5 minutes and strain to drink the water. Drink this tea while it is still warm. Thyme soothes sore muscles (a side effect of a hangover) and also helps relieve stomach upset.
Step 7. Take charcoal or activated carbon pills
Don't crush the charcoal in your house right away; You can find carbon pills at your nearest pharmacy. Activated carbon is an absorbent substance that can fight bad molecules and remove them from the body.
Method 5 of 7: Taking Vitamins to Fight Dizziness and Nausea After Drunk
Step 1. Take a vitamin B pill
B vitamins, especially B12 (also known as cobalamin) have a major role in the functioning of the nervous system and brain. Energize your body by taking vitamin B supplements.
You can also eat foods rich in B vitamins. Some of the most useful foods include wheat germ, cold milk, and citrus foods like oranges
Step 2. Take vitamin C pills, which are antioxidants
Alcohol weakens the body's immune system so that the body is very susceptible to colds and other viruses that can attack the body. When alcohol is in the body and the body processes metabolism and detoxifies itself, the amount of free radicals released in the body is quite large. The antioxidant substances of vitamin C will help fight free radicals in the body and in general also relieve headaches.
Drinks that have a vitamin C formula are good drinks to increase vitamin C levels, with a taste that can also make you feel energized
Step 3. Take supplements such as n-acetylcysteine which can help restore lost body substances
N-acetylcysteine works against the poison acetaldehyde, which is the main reason why the hangover feels so bad.
Method 6 of 7: Coping With A Hangover
Step 1. Lie down quietly and try to sleep
As mentioned above, sleep, water, and time are three things that are guaranteed to restore a hangover. If you can't sleep, play your favorite movie or some relaxing music, then close your eyes. Even if the world seems to be spinning, you should know that you will get better (in a long time).
Step 2. Do light exercise
If sleep isn't an option, try getting a little exercise like a brisk walk, light jog, or a few laps of swimming. Exercising will increase endorphins that can help you get out of a bad mood caused by headaches and nausea.
Some people believe that exercise helps increase the body's ability to digest the alcohol you drink. When the body can carry out metabolic processes properly, the dizziness and nausea will also begin to disappear
Step 3. Avoid loud noises and bright lights
The rust state increases your sensitivity to light and sound. To minimize pain, close your window blinds, avoid playing loud music, and place a cool washcloth over your head. If you must go outside, wear sunglasses or a hat.
Step 4. You can also take a shower
While showering doesn't do anything to speed up the removal of alcohol from the body, it will make you feel better (and, let's be honest, cleaner). Breathe in the steam released by the water to relieve headaches. Hot water is also known to soothe upset stomachs.
Method 7 of 7: Minimizing Bad Situations After Drunk in the Future
Step 1. Minimize the drinks you drink
If you want to relax a bit, drink until you just feel a little dizzy, then stop. It's best if you stop while you're still conscious of the situation. Your future self will thank you.
Step 2. Eat before, during, and after you drink alcohol
Eating food will keep sugar levels high, and this is an important part of preventing hangovers. Drinking on an empty stomach is the ticket to hangovers and crazy dizziness and nausea the next day. Eat foods that absorb some of the alcohol you drink.
Eating snacks throughout the night, even if it may seem like you've eaten a lot from a hangover at times, will make your hangover worse the next day
Step 3. Drink water throughout the night
Start the night by drinking a large glass of water. Staying hydrated is a great way to prevent dizziness and nausea. Drink one glass of alcohol and one glass of water alternately. Before you go to bed, drink another two or three glasses of water.
Drinking two cups of green tea before you drink alcohol is also a way to maintain fluid needs and prevent dizziness and nausea
Step 4. Avoid drinking mixed drinks that contain sugar
A drink like this is guaranteed to make you wake up the next day in a bad state. Avoid drinks made from store-bought drink mixes, such as sweet-and-sour blends that are high in corn syrup. And beware, many wines (especially sparkling wine) are high in sugar.
Step 5. Take B vitamins before you go to bed
As previously mentioned above, B vitamins are great for fighting nausea and headaches. So, take your B vitamins before you go to bed with a glass of water.