Shahid Kapoor gets under the skin of his characters and the perfect example of the same can be seen in ‘Kabir Singh’ the remake of the Telugu hit Arjun Reddy. The actor has left no stone unturned to keep the original film's intensity and honesty alive and played the remarkable role of an alcoholic surgeon who is also self-destructive. According to the Actor, it is a phase that comes in everyone’s life. When a person feels that he has fallen apart he becomes self-destructive. He even added that people might even empathise with his character in the movie once they see his vulnerable state.
Deep down inside nobody desires to be that one person who descends into self-destruction and alcoholism after heartbreaking moments. Here’s how you can fend off the headache, nausea, dizziness, and general malaise that often follows an intense night of drinking:
While you are drinking alcohol it is important to stay hydrated. This is because Alcohol is a diuretic and make you pee more often thus making you dehydrated. Dehydration may contribute to symptoms like headache, thirst, fatigue, and dry mouth.
Alcohol has the ability to interfere with your sleep and can impair your sleep quality. Getting plenty of sleep after a night of heavy drinking can help your body to recover.
At times, alcohol is associated with low blood sugar levels; this condition is termed as hypoglycemia. Eat a heavy meal at breakfast helps in restoring blood sugar levels and is considered as a renowned hangover remedy.
Eating pizza or other fatty food while you drink helps in greasing the intestines so the alcohol takes longer to absorb. It is a longstanding folk remedy that greases you up.
From many decades people have taken ginger to reduce vomiting and nausea. Nibble a crystallised ginger in the aftermath of a night of drinking that will help in decreasing the effect of hangover.
Alcoholic hangovers are basically adverse symptoms that appear when people get sober after excessive drinking. These symptoms include dizziness, headache, nausea, and fatigue. Reduce the severity of hangover by following the above evidence-based strategies. However, the best way to avoid a hangover is to drink moderately or abstain completely.