What’s the best way to cure a hangover?
Eating a big meal before going out, avoiding the hair of the dog, and splurging on top-shelf liquors all help, but the best way to prevent that morning-after feeling (besides not drinking in the first place) is to stay hydrated all night long.
Typical hangover symptoms — including nausea, sensitivity to light, headache, achy muscles, diarrhea, and poor motor skills — are a direct result of dehydration.
Simply stated, alcohol is a diuretic, meaning it makes you go pee more often than you usually would.
All those trips to the bathroom strip H20 and electrolytes from the body, leaving you a sad, headachey pile of humanity the morning after a big night out.
See how to keep hydrated: 14 Simple Strategies to Stay Hydrated While Boozing