The holidays have come and gone in a blur of festive cheer. If you’re reading this, chances are you rang in the new year with a bit too much revelry and are now paying the price with a wicked hangover. We’ve all been there— headache, nausea, fatigue, maybe even some dizziness or stomach issues. Hangovers are no fun at all.
Luckily, there are some great foods and drinks that can help relieve hangover symptoms and get you back on your feet. Keep reading for some tasty and effective hangover relief remedies.
Why You Get Hang Over
- Stomach irritation
- Low blood sugar
Best Foods for Hangover Relief
- Bone broth
Best Drinks for Hangover Relief
- Fruit juice
- Vegetable juice
- Ginger tea
- Mint tea
- Coconut water
Foods to Avoid When Hungover
- Greasy foods
- Spicy foods
- Sugary treats
Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Hangovers
- Pace alcohol intake
- Alternate alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks
- Don't drink on an empty stomach
- Take a vitamin B supplement
Hangovers produce that awful, worn-out feeling through dehydration, inflammation, stomach irritation, and blood sugar ups and downs. But the strategies outlined above like staying hydrated, getting nutrients, and avoiding certain foods can help relieve symptoms. Pacing drinks, eating enough, and taking B vitamins may also help fend off hangovers altogether.
Above all, respect your body and limits when drinking. Getting wasted rarely ends well. So look after yourself by deploying some of these handy hangover relief tips. Your body and future self will thank you.
The good news is that many of the fresh, nutritious foods and drinks recommended above are available at any Fresh Farms Market. At Fresh Farms, we offer the freshest bananas, vegetables, eggs, honey, and coconut water around – perfect for stocking your kitchen with natural hangover helpers.
Visit Fresh Farms today to explore their exceptional selection of farm-fresh goods to mend your hangover and nourish your body back to health. You’ll leave feeling great.