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"It's Not A HangOver, It's Wine Flu" Check Out Top 7 Expert Ways To Prevent A Nasty Hang Over!

Updated On 20 Feb, 2018 Published On 20 Feb, 2018

A hangover is a group of unpleasant psychological physiological effects that you usually experience after consuming alcohol. As a general rule, the more alcohol you drink, the more likely you can get a hangover the next day.

A hangover is a mixture of unpleasant psychological and physiological effects that you usually experience after consuming excessive alcohol. As a general rule, the more alcohol you drink, the more likely you can get a hangover the next day.

There's no specific formula how much to drink and still avoid a hangover the next day. However, there are some important tips from the experts and tested ways that might help you to prevent suffering from the vicious hangover.

To avoid the possible impacts of nausea, headache, and dizziness you can try some of the tricks mentioned below before you drink to avoid feeling hungover the next morning.

1. Consume Burger Instead of Salad (High-Calorie Food)

A hangover on the next day is not only related to how much alcohol you drink, but it's associated with how you metabolize the alcohol.

Elizabeth Kovacs, a Director of the Alcohol Research Program, clearly stated that hangover is directly related to the food you ate the very day.

Source: IB Times UK

You people may not want your belly full of high-calorie foods at a bar but intake of a meal containing carbohydrates, protein, and fat before the first sip of alcohol is effective to minimize the severity of the hangover.

2. Take Proper Rest

It's a pretty obvious fact that many people don't get proper sleep during the celebration night. We prefer spending the night with friends and loved ones; dancing and enjoying the night but a proper night sleep is inevitable.

Source: Dr. Sakla

Sleep doesn't necessarily protect you from a hangover but it aids improving your immunity power. It makes your body alert and ready to handle the hangover.

3. Make the Drink with Alcohol and Gatorade

Usually, we prefer mixing water in our drinks to prevent dehydration but, as per the recent research coconut water or a sports drink like Gatorade is far better than just water.


Such supplements replace liquid and electrolyte content in the body. Drinking only alcohol can cause nutrients and water deficiency. Hence alternate a booze with a sports drink throughout the time you drink.

4. Avoid Smoking

Smoking and drinking alcohol can't go side by side. Smoking amplifies the effect of drinking alcohol and increases the risk and severity of a hangover.

Source: Hunker

When 113 college students documented their alcohol intake, smoking and hangover symptoms for eight weeks, researchers found out that smoking and drinking at the same time increased the risk and severity of a hangover as per a study published in the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.

5. Consume Clear Liquor and Choose Juice instead of Soda Mixers

Vodka and Gin have fewer toxins and impurities than the darker ones like whiskey and rum. Consumption of orange juice and other forms of fruit and vegetable juice is better than drinking beer or other forms of alcoholic beverages while drinking hard drinks.

Source: Everyday Health

Fruits and vegetable juice contain vitamins and minerals, hence, it's always better than soda.

6. Dance and Play Continuously

Usually, when you gather with your family and friends, you enjoy foods and drinks but to avoid a nasty hangover you can make yourself busy in dancing and playing some games like pool or ping-pong.

Source: Drinking In Utah

Well regularly playing some games and dance can stop you from the destructive cycle of emptying your glass and immediately refilling it.

However, always keep a glass of water by your side on the dance floor to rehydrate your body.

Check Out Above Five Tips to avoid a loathsome hangover.

7. Try to Stop a Couple of Hours Before Bed

You people might be aware of the fact how alcohol can mess with your sleep. Well, one way to make sure you get a good night sleep after hitting the bottle is to give some time (about an hour or more) to sober up.


Source: The Fix

You can go for a sleep after your body has already started recovering. You might avoid the problematic glutamine rebound and get a good night's sleep.

When all is said and done, there's not much you can possibly do to cope up with a hangover. However, making smart choices the night before always helps.

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