As a hangover is usually caused by dehydration, the thing that you need to do as soon as possible is rehydrate yourself, and fast. You should aim to drink things that are quite plain, like water, soda water, tea and fruit juices. Be sure not to drink too much of them in one go however, or else you may feel quite ill! It’s best to drink them at a steady pace.
To ease the pain that you’re currently feeling as a result of your actions last night, take some painkillers to try and make yourself feel less ill and sore. Over the counter painkillers like paracetamol, aspirin, and ibuprofen are all you need. The NHS website also suggests taking an antacid to help settle your stomach as well, if you need it.
Eat the right foods
Many people swear by greasy foods the night after a night out, and they’re right to do so. Sugary and carby foods can help you feel a lot better in most cases. If you can’t handle rich or sugary foods at the moment, make sure you eat plain, simple foods such as cerial or toast with butter on. Be careful not to overeat, as this will make you feel even worse.
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