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Hangover cures

It's the morning after the night before and you wake up in a strange bed. You rub your eyes and try to make sense of the world you have woken up to. Then it hits you...that dodgy feeling in your stomach and the splitting headache piercing your eyes. It can only mean one thing - the dreaded hangover.

Here are a few tried and tested cures which you might like to try the next time you have a few brews too many - if you know any good ones please email them in to lincolnshire@bbc.co.uk and we'll add them to the list!

Star. DON'T MIX YOUR DRINKS
Don't mix your drinks, don't mix your drinks, don't mix your drinks. Unless one of them's water.
Star. SLEEP IT OFF
You've been drinking hard, you deserve a good rest.
Star. FRY IT UP
Get stuck into a great British fried breakfast with lots of grease.
Star. LIQUID DREAMS
Before you go out drinking, put a glass of water next to your bed. When you get home drink it before you crash out. (Works best if you know where you'll be sleeping.)
Know any good ones? How do you cure your hangover? Email us with your cures at lincolnshire@bbc.co.uk
Star. HAIR OF THE DOG
Plenty of people swear by it - get a pint down you
Star. JUICE IT UP - drink fruit juice
The water in juice rehydrates your body, the fructose (sugar) it contains helps burn up the alcohol leaving you feeling just peachy.
Star. QUIT SMOKING
Smoking doesn't just kill, it makes hangovers a lot worse. Quit and your hangovers will be 50% less nasty. Guaranteed.
Star. THINK GINGER
Ginger tea is good if you're at that 'I wanna throw up' stage.
Star.I believe the best way to get over a hangover is to definately start drinking again if you continue drinking you wont realise you are suffering from a hangover. - Lynett from Lincolnshire
Star. Eat apples - They contain a chemical that is more effective than caffiene in making you feel more awake. The sugar also helps burn up some of the alcohol - Ruth Hill
Star. Hi, another hangover cure i find works for me is as well as drinking a pint of water before going to bed after a night out - brush your teeth! it gets rid of the horrible taste in your mouth when you wake up and somehow lessens the effect of a hangover. - Sara

Star.Don't forget to check out our great recipes for Mocktails, hangover free cocktails »

Star. Also get alcohol advice here »





 
 
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