All that beer (or whatever you were drinking) sounded good at the time, but now you're paying the price. We've got you covered.
By Heather Callaghan
It happens. While celebrating, it might not take much in the way of alcohol to bring on a nasty hangover the next day. The headache that doesn't go away after taking over-the-counter pain relievers…the unforgivable nausea. Sensitivity to sounds above .0001 decibels. Irritability, dehydration, blood pressure problems, and sometimes even tremors…gosh, just how much did you drink, exactly? Never mind that…
Unless it's an emergency situation, these remedies are sure to relieve suffering quickly.
Obviously, staying hydrated is one of the best things anyone can do to ward off the effects of a hangover. But did you know there are other reasons one could have a hangover?
Here are three lesser-known, inexpensive all natural remedies to ward off a hangover after drinking too much and one surprising unnatural remedy.
Nux Vomica 30c Homeopathic – three pellets under the tongue at the onset of symptoms of overindulging food or drink. Relieves nausea and …
The best cure for a hangover is to never get one in the first place. People who drink nonalcoholic beverages do not get hangovers, and generally speaking, those who drink moderate amounts — one drink a day for women and no more than two a day for men — do not experience hangover symptoms.