10. Indulge in your favorite coffee
Not only will the caffeine alleviate your headache and help you wake up, it will also constrict abused blood vessels, making those bags under your eyes a little less obvious. Plus, it’s a way to bribe yourself into starting the day without making things worse! A dose of caffeine will improve your attention and concentration skills. However, do not go too far with it, as too much caffeine can dehydrate you further. Tea lovers can substitute coffee for green tea, though bear in mind that it contains even more caffeine.
Make sure you drink enough water during the day – half liter per hour will restore your water balance. If you don’t feel sick, make sure you eat some breakfast. Leave roast chicken sausages for tomorrow. Oatmeal porridge with yogurt will calm your irritated (sore) stomach. Tomato juice or soda water is likely to ease your life – simple sugars will renew the level of glucose, so you will feel a new burst of energy. Look at the window, close your eyes and relax. Spend a couple of minutes in complete silence – you will get attuned to a new beautiful day!
Barring a magic pill that will instantly cure hangovers – or enough sick days that you can skip work – all you can do is make the best of a bad situation. It’s bad enough to endure your hangover’s wrath; you don’t want everyone in the office to know how bad you feel. Fortunately, you’re in luck, because just a few beauty products and a big cup of coffee can give you the boost you need to make it through the day. What’s your best way to hide a hangover?