Here's How To Avoid A Hangover, According To The Experts

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Before you start

There are many ways to prepare for a hangover, and you can do it before even starting to drink.

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The rebound effect

A lot of disturbance is caused by the "rebound effect," which disturbs you when you sleep. It's caused by the body returning to a normal state after processing the alcohol.

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A balanced meal

Eating a balanced meal is very important, especially before having a few drinks.

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Protein and carbs

A slow-burning meal with plenty of protein and carbohydrates can introduce alcohol into your body at a slower pace.

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Red meat

That means your body can process the alcohol without working too hard. Red meat comes recommended by some medical professionals.

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Hydrating while you're out

Drinking alcohol dehydrates the body and ultimately gives you that painful headache. So, here's how to prepare while you're out.

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Avoid vodka

This helps fill you up, so you don't drink even more. It's best to avoid dehydrating drinks like vodka, energy drinks, and coffee.

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To be a party pooper

Sorry to be a party pooper, but cutting the night short is another great way to avoid hangover hysteria.

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Medication

Taking medication can help combat a hangover. However, it's best to be smart about what you put in your body after a night out.

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Eat before sleep

You already know to eat a balanced meal before heading out, but it's also important to eat before going to bed.

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Vitamins and nutrients

The aim is to avoid indigestion, and to get the vitamins and nutrients you need to process the alcohol with no problems.

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