Alongside the holidays, the mumurluk comes, especially for less cautious.
If you have consumed alcohol too enthusiastic about these New Year's parties, and the pharmacy is still far away, remember to always have the option at your fingertips.
Here, we present five natural remedies for mumbling, though maybe not all at your fingertips, but you can choose what you can do in the immediate vicinity.
A gingerbread jar in the morning after night out is a good way to kill two birds with one stone. You will regain a little of that much water you need and you will get an important ginger injection to calm the stomach. Since ginger also has anti-inflammatory and cardiovascular disease, it is possible to become part of your daily routine.
Ginger has long been used in Chinese medicine as a measure of nausea. This traditional thinking is well-founded: the 2016 study concluded that the plant was "effective and cost-effective to treat nausea".
Ginger tea with lemon
2. Balanced breakfast
Many of us could face a lack of appetite in the morning after a drink. However, eating something is of vital importance to the general condition because alcohol affects the blood glucose level.
Cereals with fruit can give us a touch of natural sugar and also get some valuable vitamins as a bonus. But avoid greasy or fried foods, this would be a tough hit on your digestive system which is by no means in good shape.
Healthy breakfast (reference picture)
Nopal, also known as opuntia, xoconostle or barberry pear, is widely expanded from the US to Patagonia, as well as in Europe and the Mediterranean.
Research has shown that the extract of its edible, bright red fruit has impressive effects. It has been especially found to reduce nausea, dizziness and headaches, which sounds like a cure for mummies.
It has long been known that artichoke is a perfect supplement that alleviates swelling and other digestive symptoms associated with alcohol consumption. Its magical power lies in the concentration of vitamin B and C complexes.
Recent scientific studies have shown that high doses of B6 reduce the symptoms of sleepwalking, while another study ensures that vitamin C stimulates liver regeneration, thus improving our body's ability to detoxify and remove alcohol from its system. In addition, it can be used as a cure for headache and problems with urinary bladder and kidneys.
Maybe it does not depend much on you, but it's true that science has not found any cure for frenzy yet. Does the night continue to dawn or that drinking alcohol has influenced your ability to move into the dream world.
So in the worst case, even if you have to work the day after having fun, you may have to resort to subtle sleep at lunch time. But do not forget to set the alarm!
(In Sputnik: The best natural means for mamurluk)