How to cure a bad hangover

Published on January 1, 2014 by staff


We all know the drill, after NYE all we want is to stay in bed forever, with the curtains closed and a big bottle of water to comfort us. If you had one too many last night, like us, and are suffering from a bad hangover, fear not, little fellow, ClubZone has come to the rescue! We’ve collected a few tips that will help easy your pain, check them out.

Make a banana milkshake
Did you know that a banana milkshake can be miraculously handy? The banana contains vitally important electrolytes that are severely depleted during heavy alcohol consumption. The milk soothes the stomach and also rehydrates your body. Sweeten it with honey to build up your blood sugar levels.

Avoid grease food and coffee
We know they are delicious and easy to get and it’s the first thing that comes to mind when you wake up starving, but it’s not good for your body at the time. You should choose veggies and a lot of protein instead. Coffee also might seem like a good idea to wake you up, but it’s not. Caffeine dehydrates you, and all your body is begging for now is water.

Make an omelette 
Eggs contain cysteine, which is a substance that can help break down acetaldehyde, a toxin associated with alcohol metabolism and hangovers. And ask for a sober adult supervision if you’re still feeling drunk – try not to sleep in the middle of your cooking.

Keep your Vitamin B levels in check
Apply one patch of Bytox to the forearm forty-five minutes before drinking helps a lot. The patch releases B vitamins, which are low after an extra-messy night.

Good news is: the older you get, the smarter you get at drinking. After all these years fighting off a horrible morning after, you learn that drinking water really does make a big difference, so remember that whenever your raising your glass.

Now, excuse us because, after our banana milkshake, we have to go back to bed to recover for tonight.