After a night of heavy drinking, the next morning can be a difficult one. Though there is no magic cure, there are natural hangover remedies that will help ease the excruciating headache, nausea, and dizziness. The challenge with finding a cure for a hangover is that there are so many internal body processes affected by alcohol, leading to dehydration, low blood sugar, and exhaustion.

Here are some helpful foods and beverages you can easily find in your kitchen or hotel. Take a look. 


 This is an age-old tried and tested formula for quick hydration. It reverses the effects of alcohol in the bloodstream. Activates alkalinity and flushes out toxins that have concocted in your system overnight. Make yourself a quick lemonade with lemon juice, salt, mint leaves, water at room temperature, and a little bit of sugar for faster absorption.

Coconut water

 An awesome source of natural electrolytes. It has been used as an alternative for IV saline solutions in emergencies. Coconut water has enzymes that wake up your organs to kickstart the morning. Drinking it on an empty stomach can neutralize the acids and toxins that may have built up overnight due to alcohol. 

Ginger tea

A piping hot cup of tea infused with ginger is a great start. Thanks to its antiemetic action, ginger also helps with nausea and vomiting. Ginger is amongst the foods containing most antioxidants along with broccoli, blueberries, black currants, pomegranate, turmeric, and green tea.


A protein-packed breakfast with eggs and some carbs on the side is sure to fill you up with nutrition and stop the excess build-up of acid in the stomach. If you are unable to muster enough energy to make yourself a healthy breakfast, you can contact Reset IV, a team of professional intravenous hydration experts who will come down to your place and inject saline + vitamins directly into your bloodstream.

Complex carbs

Complex carbohydrates are built up of sugar molecules, strung together in long complex chains. Complex carbohydrates can be found in foods like beans, peas, vegetables, whole grains, and dietary fiber. Fiber is essential since it promotes bowel regularity and controls cholesterol. Try these fibrous foods to counter the effects of dehydration:

Whole grains
High Starch
Wheat bread

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 also helps the body maintain a healthy nervous system, producing hemoglobin that carries oxygen in red blood cells throughout the body. It also aids in extracting energy from the food that we eat, works to balance blood sugar levels, acts as a natural painkiller, boosts mood, and enhances immunity by increasing the synthesis of antibodies used to protect the healthy cells. 

Everyday foods that contain Vitamin B6:

A potato baked with skin
Sweet potato
Bell Pepper


The above foods and drinks are not just a solution when you have completely exhausted the fluids in your body but should also be a part of your staple diet. The biggest favor you can do for yourself is to lead a healthy lifestyle when you have just one body to last you a lifetime.