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How to Cure a Hangover

How to Cure a Hangover - This festive season splendor, if has not come down with the hangover of alcohol and at the same time hangover can’t be avoided tries having honey on toast states a recent study.

The Royal Society of Chemistry stated that the natural sweetener is probably one of the best methods to cure toxins in the body post-binge. It has fructose, which can further be found in golden syrup, which is vital in case of the body break down alcohol that further goes into degradation into harmless by-products.

How to Cure a Hangover

“The happiness comes from alcohol. The hangover comes from acetaldehyde. This is the toxic chemical into which alcohol is converted by the body and it causes a throbbing headache, nausea, and maybe even vomiting,” the Telegraph quoted Dr John Emsley of the Royal Society, whilst stating.

The hangover soon vanishes as the acetaldehyde is eventually transformed to reduced toxic chemicals.

Honey is considered to be a potential source of potassium and sodium that aides combat with the alcohol toxins.

There are a few methods that involve the treatment of a hangover: drink a glass of milk, glued to clear alcohols such as gin or mix your drink with a hint of soft-drink. Of course, water consumption of before going to bed helps a lot.

How to Cure a Hangover

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