1. Drink Fruit Juice
It contains fructose, which helps the body burn alcohol faster. A large glass accelerates removal of alcohol still in your system the morning after.
2. Try bouillon
Broth made from bouillon cubes or any homemade soup broth will help replace the salt and potassium your body loses when you drink.
4. Take B-complex
Your system uses up more B vitamins when it is under stress – and overtaxing your body with too much booze definitely qualifies as stress.
5. Get some pain relief
A headache is an inevitable part of a hangover. Take aspirin or paracetamol.
7. Let time heal
The best and only foolproof cure for a hangover is, of course, 24 hours. Get through the day as best you can, and get a good night’s sleep.
8. Eat asparagus
Research published in the Journal of Food Science suggests that the antioxidants in green vegetables like asparagus could help control the toxicity that alcohol inflicts on your liver during a night of drinking.
10. Don't overeat
Be kind to your body post-hangover and reach for fresh wholesome food, like fruit and vegetables that will help clean out your insides rather than clog them up.
(Text by Australian Women’s Weekly, bauersyndication.com.au / Additional Reporting by Natalya Molok)