4 Tips to Help with Those Thanksgiving Hangovers
Many experts say you should drink a glass of water between every alcohol drink you consume, but let’s face it, that practice rarely happens according to plan. You should try and drink a couple of glasses of water before you go to bed, and a couple aspirin wouldn’t hurt, either. If water and aspirin aren't cutting it, some might say to reach for one of those “sports drinks” to replenish electrolytes. Those work alright, but from personal experience, this writer recommends Pedialyte. Pedialyte contains less sugar but more sodium and potassium. Seriously…don’t knock it until you try it.
Whether you prefer crackers, dry toast or maybe some leftover dinner rolls, some carbs will help bring your blood sugar levels back up to help with that hangover fatigue.
Just like those starches, bananas are easy on your stomach. Plus, they contain potassium, which is a key component in regulating your body’s fluid balance.
If you’re fortunate to not have to work the day after Thanksgiving (or after any other night of heavy drinking), just lounge in bed or on the couch and sleep/rest it off. The human body has the ability to heal itself when it’s at rest. #Science