Your Best Hangover Cures are here……

Your Best Hangover Cures are here……

Hangover! The dreaded morning-after phenomenon that can leave you feeling tired, nauseous, and with a massive headache, is a common occurrence for those who drink alcohol. Nevertheless, do you truly understand what a hangover is? Most of us assume that it’s just a result of drinking too much, but there’s actually a lot more to it than that. In this blog, I'll be uncovering the mystery of what a hangover is and how to better prevent and treat it.

Hey there,

We've all been there, the night of partying and drinks ends with a not-so-pleasant morning. The headache, nausea, fatigue, and sensitivity to light and sound. But don't worry, we got you covered! Here are some tried and tested methods to help ease the pain and get you back to feeling like yourself in no time.

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it causes you to lose more fluids than you take in. This can lead to dehydration, which can make your hangover symptoms worse. To combat this, make sure to drink plenty of water before, during, and after drinking. You can also try sports drinks like coconut water, lemon juice,or fruit juices which contain electrolytes that can help replenish the fluids and minerals you've lost.

Feed your body: Eating a healthy, balanced meal can help replenish the nutrients your body has lost and provide it with the energy it needs to recover. Avoid greasy or heavy foods, as these can make your stomach feel worse. Use lean protein sources, fruits, and veggies instead.

Get some Z's: Sleep is essential for recovery from a hangover. Aim for at least 8 hours of sleep to allow your body the time it needs to recover.

The Secret Hangover relievers: Of course, the best way to prevent a horrid hangover is by being sensible and not overdoing it, which is just one of the reasons why we never recommend binge drinking. But if you do feel off, you can get back on track by taking After Party, our special blend of carefully selected vitamins, minerals, and amino acids  and other hangover busting ingredients including - 

  • Amla- These potent little spheres of goodness are full of vitamin C and have antioxidant effects. Amla berries are a powerful tool in fighting against hangovers because of their capacity to replenish vitamins and remove toxins.

  • B complex- Because alcohol is a diuretic, a night out might frequently involve multiple hurried trips to the restroom. The body is depleted of essential B vitamins as a result of all this fluid flushing, however the fizz provides these vitamins, helping to efficiently and quickly restore the right balance. 

  • L- Theanine- L-theanine mimics alcohol's calming effects and could quell the all-too-common impulse to "have one more." It can penetrate the blood-brain barrier, protecting the body from toxins and serving as an antioxidant.

  • L-Cysteine & Alpha Lipoic Acid - L-cysteine is a naturally occurring amino acid that contributes to ALA's inherent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capabilities as well as its presence in the diet and the human body. Your body releases acetaldehyde, a harmful byproduct that is also a carcinogen, as it breaks down alcohol. The severity of a hangover is also related to this toxin. Acetaldehyde is bound to by L-cysteine and ALA, which aids in the removal of the poison from your body.

  • Licorice- Alcohol can make you hangover-prone and weaken your immune system. "Antioxidant, free-radical scavenging, and immunostimulating activities" can be found in licorice which helps in boosting the immunity.

  • Milk Thistle- One of the most effective traditional hangover cures for a long time has been milk thistle, a natural herb. It helps you feel more like yourself the next morning by calming the unpleasant stomach that typically comes with a hangover.

The distinctive flavor of the fizz will make you feel like you're drinking a regular Nimbu soda, which magically relieves nausea, headaches, and acidity by restoring nutrients and energizing your mood.

The fizz can be prepared within a few minutes, just by Popping- Dropping- Enjoying. 

Natural remedies: Some people find relief from hangover symptoms with natural remedies such as ginger, lemon, honey, and peppermint. You can try drinking ginger tea, lemon water, or honey lemon tea. Peppermint can be ingested through peppermint tea or essential oil.

Avoid alcohol: The best way to avoid a hangover is to drink in moderation or avoid alcohol altogether. If you do choose to drink, it's important to pace yourself and not drink too much too quickly.

Common Hangover Myths- 

  • There are a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding hangovers, so it’s important to understand the facts. One common myth is that drinking coffee will help reduce a hangover. Although it can temporarily reduce fatigue, it won’t help with any of the other symptoms of a hangover. 
  • Another myth is that drinking alcohol the next morning will cure a hangover. This is not true, as it will only delay the symptoms and can even make them worse.

In the end, drinking in moderation or not at all is the best approach to prevent a hangover. But if you do experience a hangover, follow these remedies, and you'll soon feel like yourself again. Cheers!

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