Stop Feeling Like A Car Crash After A Party

All things are good in moderation, but there are times when moderation isn’t the route you want to go. We all love to party, and anyone that’s ever been to a stag do Krakow will tell you that you can come off slightly worse for wear after a hard night on the drinks. Having a good time, partying, and indulging in a little more than usual isn’t always a terrible thing. You can recover if you give yourself time. But you could do a little more to stop the pounding headaches, the fatigue, and the nausea that can come with it.

Build up those defenses

You’ve probably heard it before. If you don’t want to get hungover, you should line your stomach. That’s entirely true. You’re less likely to experience nausea with a well-balanced meal. This means protein, carbs, and vegetables. Taking multivitamins on a regular basis makes you a lot less susceptible as well. If you’re drinking with mixers, then use more substantial ones like real fruit juices instead of carbonated drinks that can end up upsetting your stomach more.

Have a go-to cure

In the morning, make sure that you’re taking steps to “cure” yourself as soon as possible. Do yourself a favor and set a headache pill and a glass of water on the bedside before going to bed (if you’re capable). In the morning, the old “hair of the dog” trick can offset the worst of the symptoms, and work even better with mixers like a Caesar drink. Just don’t go overboard or you could end up simply postponing a hangover, not curing it.

Get it out of your system

Flush your body and get it back to normal. Don’t lie there and feel sorry for yourself. The longer you keep yourself away from healthy habits like exercise, eating a hearty breakfast, and getting some sunshine, the worse it will be for you. Flush out those toxins. Skip processed foods and try to eat natural, whole ingredients. One detox tool you should avoid, however, is green tea after drinking. It actually makes your body slower at processing alcohol, meaning you can feel the effects of it for much longer.

Stay hydrated

While you’re drinking, and after, make sure that you are plenty hydrated. A glass of water between every drink can keep you at reasonable levels of intoxication and stop you from being hungover in the morning. It’s even better if it’s something like sports drinks, as the added electrolytes can do your body a lot of good.

Stick to one vice

Alcohol is a social lubricant. For many, cigarettes fulfill the same function. The smoking area of the bar is where a lot of people slow down, chill out, and chat. Those smokes can be all the more tempting when you’re a little inebriated, too. But stay away from them. Smoking is not good for anyone, no matter how tempting it may be. If you are someone who has taken up this habit, but are thinking about making a positive change, it may help you to check out sites such as This will at least give you one alternative method to smoking and hopefully get you on the right track to improve your health. Cigarettes make hangovers much worse, party by encouraging excess drinking due to how they cause dopamine releases in relation to alcohol.

We all have a finite number of parties without incident in us. With the steps above, maybe you can give yourself a few more and enjoy yourself before time does the inevitable and makes you much less sturdy in the face of serious fun.

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Jamie Sanders

Jamie Sanders is a freelance writer for many media outlets. She married her soulmate and writer, Dennis Sanders. They live in Boston with their two dogs.

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