6 Foods That Ease Every Hangover | When it comes to drinking, it’s all fun and games until someone wakes up with a hangover. The headache, fatigue, nausea and other less-than-fun symptoms can keep you from getting your day started. Unfortunately, there’s no magical meal that will totally cure your hangover, but there are certain foods that can help ease the pain. Check out our infographic for the breakdown of the best foods to eat to reduce your hangover symptoms—the healthy way.
Which Painkiller Is Really The Best Cure For Hangovers? Aleve Liquid Gels Rating: * * * * * Unlike Tylenol and Advil, 1-2 Aleve tablets can seriously last you a good 12-24 hours. Another Aleve positive is that in addition to providing headache relief, we’ve personally found that although not advertised, the gels can lessen nausea as well.
A hangover leaves you wallowing in depression and anxiety with waves of headache, nausea, lethargy, sensitivity to light and noise. But the antidote to such a bleak state of mind could be something as simple as coffee and aspirin.