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Quick Fix for Hangovers147,817 Views
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Drinking up can ensure weight gain, but the calories in alcohol don't have to kill your buzz. In this video, you'll learn how to offset alcohol calories and which drinks are the tastiest low calorie beverages, so that beer calories will
Description: You've probably tried every alleged hangover cure--from cold showers to hot coffee--with little success. But a remedy does exist. In fact, there's more than one way to stop your feeling hungover from too much drinking. So watch this video and learn.
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Okay, you're never drinking again. But how can you fix that hellish hangover? First things first: You've got a hangover because your body has lost nutrients and electrolytes . To counteract the nauseous, headachy effects, you need to replace those lost nutrients. Start by re-hydrating. Guzzle sports drinks, which contain electrolytes, fruit juice, and, of course, lots of water. You'll want to steer clear of coffee, though, as it'll dehydrate you further. Now eat something light and nutritious, like a banana or yogurt. After you've had something to eat and something (non-alcoholic) to drink, get some gentle exercise. You may not feel like moving, but a brisk walk can be just the healing help you need. That's because exercise increases blood flow and helps rid you of toxins that are left from your body's attempt to metabolize that alcohol. These tips are less elaborate than your best friend's hangover cure (pickle juice and honey, yuck!), but they'll actually work-and that's worth a lot!