Were you out drinking late last night? Hangovers are the worst. Waking up your head is pounding, you feel like you are in a fog, all sounds are way too loud, all lights are too bright (especially the sun) your mouth is dry, your stomach is upset, you feel like you are going to get sick. Regret sets in as you ask yourself "why did I drink so much last night?" You feel week and tired, unmotivated to do anything. College students claim they have the worst hangover ever, but in reality is the body's normal response to alcohol. Alcohol causes you body to become dehydrated because it causes your body to produce more urine than normal. It affects the stomach lining of your stomach to cause the nausea.
Water is the main fight against hangovers, try to drink water throughout the night while drinking alcoholic beverages. Some claim taking multi vitamins before going out drinking helps. Taking magnesium daily also helps, because a low levels of magnesium in a diet can increase hangover symptoms. Some say prickly pear cactus fruit if consumed five hours before drinking can help reduce hangover symptoms.
Unfortunately there is no official "cure" for hangovers, your body is reacting to the damage you did to it last night. Don't take Tylenol because there is a chance that it could cause severe liver damage. There are some remedies for a hangover that can provide some relief such as:
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