How to get rid of a hangover

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work

Max. D Gray
By Max. D Gray. Updated: January 16, 2017
The Best Hangover Remedies that Work

Got a banging headache? Do you feel as if you've been beaten up? Does it seem like the world is going to end, but then a smile escapes your lips as you remember last night? You've definitely got a hangover, but there's no need to worry. Just read and follow the steps in this article about how to get rid of a hangover fast with home remedies and natural products that you can find at any health food shop or supermarket. In this article we suggest some of the best hangover remedies that work.

Steps to follow:


If the damage has already been done and you've woken up feeling terrible, there are several important steps to take. The first of the best hangover remedies that work is to hydrate with water or fruit juices, which also help you recover nutrients that you lost when drinking. Even if you don't feel hungry, you need to eat to improve the state of your stomach and regain strength.

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work - Step 1

In one study, drinkers who took pyritinol, a form of vitamin B6, during a party were less hung-over the next day that those not taking the vitamins. Chickpeas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, so snack on some hummus while drinking to ward off hangovers in advance. B1 may also have a protective effect, and it is found abundantly in asparagus.

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work - Step 2

When it comes to alleviating nausea from a hangover, ginger is your best friend. You can either drink ginger ale or make (or get someone to make you) some ginger tea as follows: cut 10-12 slices of fresh ginger and mix with 250ml water. Boil for 10 minutes. Strain, and then add the fresh juice from an orange and half a lemon and 60ml honey.

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work - Step 3

Lemon is the best liver detoxifier that nature has to offer. And as we know, the liver is damaged by alcohol intake. As a great liver tonic, it is recommended to drink lemon juice in a little hot or warm water. Drinking lemon juice replaces loads of the minerals that we lose from drinking alcohol. Alcohol increases the levels of acidity in our body, which is one of the reasons why we feel weak and head-achy. Although lemon has an acidic taste, it is actually alkalizing and regulates the pH of our body. And finally, fluid intake is the main thing we need, to replace the fluids that we have lost and help purify our body of the toxins caused by alcohol.

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work - Step 4

The key foods to help combat hangover are: a good old bacon sandwich and a glass of orange juice. It may seem strange but the amino acids in bacon help fight hangovers. Some studies say that vitamin C helps combat the side effects of alcohol. A couple of fried eggs can also help you since some studies have found that cysteine, a compound in eggs, can help counteract aldehyde, one of the chemicals that accumulate in your body when you drink too much.


Put two tablespoons of mint leaves into a mug of boiled water, cover and leave to cool. Or if you like add a teaspoon of organic honey to a mug of water, which will help relieve your headache and, simultaneously, activate the re-hydration process. Find out what the benefits of mint are here because this herb can do more than just fight hangovers.

The Best Hangover Remedies that Work - Step 6

This article is merely informative, oneHOWTO does not have the authority to prescribe any medical treatments or create a diagnosis. We invite you to visit your doctor if you have any type of condition or pain.

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