This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Health Feed
May 3 will provide people with their first extended weekend since Easter. For many, this is the first time they will have to test the latest pared-back lockdown. Open pubs will attract legions of spring drinkers to their outside seating who may end up needing the extra day to nurse a hangover.
How do you get rid of a hangover?
Questions of how to eliminate a hangover have persisted for centuries, and the term first appeared in English vocabulary during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
People have drawn up a host of wild treatments over the years, but some have more proven benefits than others.
Express.co.uk has found four which doctors and health officials claim to alleviate alcohol withdrawal.
Drink soothing tea
Caffeinated drinks, including coffee and some teas, are also diuretic and cause further dehydration.
But a hot drink will help upset stomachs, making fruit teas an ideal replacement.
Ginger tea will have many benefits for the stomach, as will anything else with the root at its base.