There are those momentous occasions that you wish would last forever. The drinks are flowing, the music is pumping, and the good times and lifelong memories are created within that moment. The last thing you long to see is the unwelcome sunrise approaching, signaling the end of the party.
That epic night spent burning the midnight oil in celebration can quickly turn on a dime and transition into a brutal hangover waiting for you the following day. A lack of energy or appetite, disorientated feelings and dizziness, dehydration, fatigue, and a pounding headache force you to question your decisions of the previous evening. Here are some beneficial tips that can help boost recovery and have you feeling reenergized after an all-night party where you have ‘one too many’ drinks.
Replenishing your body with the critical nutrients it requires is the most direct method to reinvigorate your body after pushing beyond your limits the previous evening. Ingesting healthy foods and fluids may be a wise first move, but it can instill nausea or further upset your stomach. Scheduling a post-hangover IV can help you treat the unpleasant effects of a hangover.
Intravenous treatments get beneficial ingredients directly into your bloodstream to restore your energy reserves and help quickly combat hangover symptoms. The therapy typically includes B vitamins and anti-inflammatory and anti-nausea ingredients. You can contact mobile IV services and schedule a treatment at any suitable location.
One of the most general recommendations to help soothe a hangover is to drink plenty of water after waking up. While rehydrating your body is crucial after depleting and overextending yourself, a beverage with electrolytes can reverse dehydration and support functionality by encouraging your body to retain water. Drinking water will assist in transporting oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.
An all-night party usually leaves its attendees with little or no sleep to soften the impact of a brutal hangover the next day. You were at the party until late hours, and alcohol tends to disrupt sleep quality and quantity. The best advice is to get as much sleep as possible to allow your mind and body the necessary time to process the excess alcohol and recover as much as possible. Solid sleep is no surefire guarantee to eliminate your hangover after waking, but allowing yourself the required rest will go a long way on your road to recovery.
Eat a Nutritious Breakfast
A lack of energy and lethargic feelings after partying all night cause blood sugar levels to spike. Alcohol affects glucose release into the liver, which leaves you feeling hungover. For many, the thought of a hot breakfast while hungover only makes them feel even more nauseous than they did previously. Low blood sugar and dehydration are two prevalent symptoms of excessive drinking, and eating a balanced breakfast can help regulate the blood sugar levels in your body.
Some carbohydrates will help restore your blood sugar levels. A balanced breakfast containing protein, fats, and carbs will help regulate blood pressure; coffee or tea may help break up that nasty headache. Eggs are an excellent choice to get energized. You can make an omelet with vegetables and take some sliced banana and almond butter as something sweet. Berries can promote hydration, while avocado toast is an excellent source of potassium.
You had the time of your life the previous night, which cost you a painful hangover the following day. Be patient, and allow yourself the time you need to get some sleep. Have an electrolyte beverage to rehydrate, schedule a hangover IV to replenish your body, and have a nutritious breakfast and a hot cup (or two) of coffee to knock out that headache. There is no universal hangover cure, but these healthy measures can help get you back into the swing of things and resume your life after waking up with an unwelcome hangover due to all-night partying.