How to stop feeling sick after drinking

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Hangovers get worse with age and are worse when you haven’t drunk in a while because your tolerance is lower. If you’ve gone out drinking over the bank holiday weekend had one too many cocktails, you’re probably feeling pretty rough and are on the hunt for a hangover cure. Express.co.uk reveals how to stop feeling sick after drinking, according to NHS advice.

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How to stop feeling sick after drinking

Unfortunately, hangover cures are generally a myth and according to the NHS website, there is no cure for a hangover.

However, there are things you can do to avoid having one or ease the discomfort if you already have one.

You might not be able to get rid of the sickness, headache and dizziness, but you can reduce the symptoms and stop yourself from running to the loo to be sick every half an hour.

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How to avoid a hangover

The symptoms of a hangover are mainly caused by dehydration because alcohol makes you wee more.

In order to avoid a hangover, you need to drink plenty of water on top of the alcohol you’re drinking.

The NHS recommends drinking water or non-fizzy soft drinks between each alcoholic drinks.

Fizzy drinks speed up the absorption of alcohol into your body, so try to avoid using them as chasers.

To avoid a hangover, you should also avoid drinking more than you know your body can handle.

You must not drink alcohol on an empty stomach, so stock up on carbohydrates such as pasta or rice and fats before you drink to help slow down your body’s absorption of alcohol.

Your choice of drink will also impact how rough you feel the next day - so don’t drink dark-coloured drinks if you’re sensitive to them because they’re known to make a hangover worse.

When you get home or before you go to sleep, make sure you drink a pint or so of water and keep an extra glass by your bed to sip if you wake up during the night.

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