27 July, 2017
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How to Get Rid of Hangover Shakes
A hangover is a collection of symptoms that characterizes your body’s response to the withdrawal of alcohol. Common symptoms include shakiness, vertigo, mood problems, headache, nausea and sensitivity to light. There is no real cure for a hangover; it has to go away on its own. However, there are a few steps you can take to minimize your symptoms. You could also help prevent hangovers by eating before drinking, drinking slowly, limiting the number of drinks and sticking to only one kind of drink.
Drink liquids, such as fruit juice and water. Do not consume more alcohol; this can worsen your symptoms. Alcohol leads to overactive urination, which results in dehydration. This worsens hangover symptoms.
Raise your blood sugar. According to the Mayo Clinic, alcohol often results in a drop in blood sugar. This causes many hangover symptoms, including shakiness, fatigue and weakness. Eat bland foods. Stick to crackers, toast or bouillon soup to help settle your stomach and elevate your blood sugar to reduce shakiness.
Go to sleep after hydrating your body and eating. When you’re asleep, you won’t notice shakiness or other hangover symptoms. It’s also possible that your hangover will be completely gone by the time you wake up.
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