The weekend is almost here! And when the weekend is here, we all let our hair down and unwind. Some of us do it by staying home, watching a movie or reading a book. While others go out with friends for a long, hard night of partying. With those intense night outs, come those really stubborn hangovers. They’re mostly because of dehydration and lack of sleep. To avoid those, here are a few foods you could eat that could help you cope. Here they are.

1. Bread

Eating bread will help keep you full for longer and will also soak a lot of the alcohol in your body.

Eggs (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)
Eggs (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

2. Eggs

Eggs are a great source of protein and according to a study, the essential amino acids are required to help break down the alcohol in your body.

3. Hummus

Since alcohol reduces vitamin B in your body, hummus helps to increase vitamin B levels back.

4. Low-Fat Yoghurt

Another great source of protein! Low-fat yoghurt will also keep you full for longer and will keep your stomach cool.

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Water (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

5. Water

Since alcohol dehydrates you and is the main reason for your hangover, it’s important to stay hydrated by having a lot of water all day before you head out.

6. Quinoa

Quinoa also keeps the body full and is high in protein and helps the body refrain from a hangover.

Sweet Potatoes (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)
Sweet Potatoes (Image Courtesy: Shutterstock)

7. Sweet Potatoes

Most liquors are high on sugar and sweet potatoes could help in managing sugar levels of the body.

8. Watermelon

Watermelons are made up of 92% water. This means consuming them before a long night out can help hydrate you for a long time.

Now, we’re not saying eating these foods will definitely keep you from getting a hangover, but they will surely reduce the intensity of them. So, try them out and let us know if they helped you in any way!

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