#This year, #New #Years #Eve will be like no other. #Many will stay at home because of the curfew, which will apply from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. #However, at home or in small groups of six people, you may be straining a little on the alcohol. #Doctor #Jimmy #Mohamed explains to you on #Europe 1 how to avoid the famous hangover of the aftermath of drunken evenings.
“I don’t really like the term ‘hangover’ because it has a nice side to it. #But a ‘hangover’ is just alcohol poisoning. #It’s your body’s reaction to some form of poisoning. #So, in order not to have a “hangover”, you must already control your alcohol consumption.
#Alternate a glass of alcohol and a glass of water
#If despite everything, the day after a #New #Year’s #Eve respectful of barrier gestures, of course, you have unbearable headaches, it is linked to dehydration. #Alcohol blocks the effect of the anti-diuretic hormone, which normally prevents you from passing urine.
#If you drink alcohol, you tend to go wee a lot. #It’s your kidneys trying to get rid of the alcohol. Therefore, you will lose a lot of water. There is a benchmark: for 4 glasses of wine, you lose a liter of water in the body. #We will then have to drink water to compensate for this. I advise you to alternate a glass of alcohol with a glass of water.
#What remedies for the next day?
I recommend coffee and tea first: these drinks are diuretic. They make you urinate, therefore, making your headaches worse. I also advise against taking aspirin or #Doliprane because your body, and in particular your liver, is already putting all its energy into trying to eliminate alcohol. #If you add extra medicine it will have a hard time doing its job.
There are therefore only two things to do: drink a lot of water and take your pain patiently “.
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