Lots of people use a cup of joe to wake up and feel alert at work, whether they’re hungover or not. But a trip to Starbucks won’t give you lasting benefits, and caffeine can both treat and cause headaches and migraines. If you do down a cup, be sure to drink water, too.
2. Toast or crackers
Remember when your mom gave you toast as a kid when you couldn’t keep anything down? This is good advice for adults who’ve spent the night hugging the porcelain throne, too. While no food can halt the roller coaster in your stomach, carbs can help bring your blood sugar levels to back up the morning after.
There is no research that shows that sex will make a hangover go away, but maybe it will make the time go faster,” says Joris C. Verster, Ph.D., assistant professor at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. “If it makes you happy, go for it.
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4. Greasy food.
If you can keep a Big Mac down after a night of heavy drinking, by all means, go for it. But what you eat after a night of boozing doesn’t matter as much as what you eat before you did all of those Jagerbombs. Food helps slow the absorption of alcohol, and the longer it takes the alcohol to reach your bloodstream, the longer it is until you become intoxicated.
It’s hard to sleep well after a night of heavy drinking: studies have shown that alcohol use is associated with decreased sleep quality. But getting a good night’s sleep is crucial to let your body recover from a night of partying. So try to sleep as much as you can, and make sure you get your requisite seven to nine hours of shuteye the night after.